Using arrays to duplicate objects parametrically


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Using arrays to duplicate objects parametrically

In this movie I'd like to look at the Array feature. The Array feature is a powerful Copy command. What makes it special is it's actually a parametric array. Now what we mean by parametric, typically, is anything where the original parameters that were used to create the object remain available for us to manipulate in the future. And so if we have a parametric array, then what we're saying is all the parameters we establish in the array, the multiple copy basically, those parameters will remain available and we'll be able to adjust them afterwards, if the design dictates.

So in this case I'm going to use the array feature here in this file called Array, and I'm working on my stair detail, and I'm going to array this item right here. This is a detail component item that represents a single stair tread. And I actually have three treads here, so I want to create an array of those. So I've got it selected. I'll click the Array button. And let...

Using arrays to duplicate objects parametrically
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Using arrays to duplicate objects parametrically 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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