Using reference planes, parameters, and constraints


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Using reference planes, parameters, and constraints

In this movie, we are going to look at reference planes, parameters, and constraints. We're in a file called Pool Table V1, and this was created from the Furniture family template, and we're creating our own piece of custom family content here. If you've been following along and you want to continue in your own file, you can do that, or you can open the one I've provided here: Pool Table V1. Now I've got my four windows tiled onscreen and if you want to learn how I did that, you can look at the previous movie again. And I've got the Floor Plan: Reference Level active, and that's where I'm going to start.

Over here on the Create tab, on the Datum panel, we have a Reference Plane button. Now there's also Reference Line, so make sure you are choosing Reference Plane. The shortcut is R+P. And what I want to do here is lay out four reference planes in the plan view to kind of describe a rectangular shape. So the first one I'm going to do righ...

Using reference planes, parameters, and constraints
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Using reference planes, parameters, and constraints 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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