Mirroring groups to create a layout


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Mirroring groups to create a layout

Once you have a group in your project, you might want to use that group as the basis for an overall layout, such as our condominium layout here where we might want to have multiple versions of the same group on a floor plan. We could insert each group manually, but that would require some manipulations of rotating and mirroring and movement that would all have to happen independently. Instead I'm going to use the Mirror feature in Revit to mirror the instance of the group that I already have on screen directly and talk about some of the issues that we run into with groups when we do that.

So I'm in a file called Mirror Groups and I've got an instance of the group that we created in the previous movie and it's attached detail group. And I'm going to select the model group first and up here on the ribbon we have two ways that we mirror, and I'm going to use this Mirror Pick Axis option and what that allows me to do is select an object that I already have in my mod...

Mirroring groups to create a layout
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Mirroring groups to create a layout provides you with in-depth training on CAD. Taught by Paul F. Aubin as part of the Revit Architecture 2013 Essential Training

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