Splitting a wall


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Splitting a wall

You can take continuous rain walls in Revit, and break them up into specific sections. This is useful when you plan on applying a different material or a different wall type along a length of wall. Additionally, you can select an existing wall and use it to assign the same wall type properties to another wall in your plan. Wall twos have type properties that can be added. Sometimes it's not necessary to add information, early in plan development, but as your plan develops it's helpful to assign additional information to walls in order for you to maybe eventually put together a wall schedule.

We're going to learn how to split walls, and we're going to learn how to match walls. So we're going to take this example that we have here, and kind of zoom in so it fills in most of the screen. And you'll notice that we have a basic CMU wall here, and then we have some generic ones as well. So they're fairly fat. We also have what appears to be an incomplete wall, where we have exterior ...

Splitting a wall
Video duration: 6m 50s 3h 34m Intermediate

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Splitting a wall provides you with in-depth training on CAD. Taught by Ed Cotey as part of the Revit for Interior Design: Interior Walls

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CAD
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Revit
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