How to Create Void Forms Using the Family Editor in Revit


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Using void forms

Each of the five solid forms that we've explored so far in this chapter can also be created as voids. Void forms carve away from the solid forms to which they are joined. If you create a void form in the same physical location as a solid, Revit will automatically join the two forms for you. As an alternative, you can create the void freestanding and then move it into place and join it to the solids later. The choice is up to you. What I have on screen is a file that brings together a sample of all the forms we've been talking about so far. Some of this I'm going to leave as a practice exercise for you to explore further.

What I'm going to focus on is the void forms in this file. So I'm going to start here at the top of this wrought iron bracket with this form right here. This is a Blend that just goes from a simple square shape at the bottom, to a long thin square shape at the top. I'd really like to kind of round off that top edge. Now you wouldn't be able to achi...

Using void forms
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Using void forms provides you with in-depth training on CAD. Taught by Paul F. Aubin as part of the Revit Architecture: The Family Editor

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