Editing assemblies


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Editing assemblies

When you have a Rivet project with assemblies there are times when you may want to actually edit the assemblies. There's a very simple editing interface that allows us to add and remove elements from existing assembly. When you do that, RevIt may actually change the composition of the assembly, and even in some cases, move an assembly to another existing one. So in this particular file that I'm in right now, this is called Edit Assembly. If we scroll down here on the project browser, in the Assemblies branch of the browser, I have three assemblies.

Bay 2, Bay 3, and Typical Bay. So, if we look here on screen, this is a Bay 2, this is a Typical Bay, I have also Bay 2 and Typical Bay here. And if I spin around to the north side of the building, if you watch the last movie I discussed how if you mirror you end up with different assembly that's how come we have Bay 2 and typical side by side on the front side of the building. But here on the back we actually have Bay 2 and Bay 2 right next to ...

Editing assemblies
Video duration: 5m 50s 2h 9m Intermediate

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Editing assemblies provides you with in-depth training on 3D + Animation. Taught by Paul F. Aubin as part of the Revit Construction Modeling Tools

Subjects:
3D + Animation CAD
Software:
Revit
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