Understanding stacked walls


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Understanding stacked walls

In this movie, we are going to look at the next type of system family, which is called the stacked wall. Now we've looked at basic walls in a previous movie and a basic wall is so named because, well, its structure is basic. The same structure applies across the length of the wall as it does along the height of the wall. But when you get into a stacked wall, the material is the same along the length of the wall, but it varies along its height. So what you do to create your own stacked wall is you simply take two or more basic walls and you stack them up on top of one another. So let's go ahead and have a look. I am going to do all of this work in the Project browser for right now.

So if I scroll down on the Project browser, toward the bottom, you are going to find a Families branch. Beneath the Families branch, you'll see all the various categories and if we scroll down far enough, we'll find the Walls category and beneath it we'll see our Basic Wall, our Curtain Wall, a...

Understanding stacked walls
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Understanding stacked walls provides you with in-depth training on CAD. Taught by Paul F. Aubin as part of the Revit Architecture 2011 Essential Training

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