Working with ceilings


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Working with ceilings

Ceiling elements in Revit are similar to floors. They are horizontal planes set at a certain height above the finished floor, and can even include layers of material under construction, just like floors can. You could choose from any common types, like 2x4 ceiling grids or drywall ceilings, or you can even create your own. The fastest way to create a ceiling is to use the Auto-Ceiling option. This automatically creates a ceiling from the surrounding walls that enclosed the space. In cases where you don't have surrounding walls, or if the walls don't exactly match the shape of the ceiling, you can sketch the ceiling using familiar sketch-based tools.

So I'm here in our office building project, the name of this file is called Ceilings, and I'm currently looking at the First Floor Plan. Now, I'm going to go right into the Ceiling tool and show you a common error that you'll see. Everyone makes this mistake as a beginner, so I'll go ahead and make it on purpose. I'...

Working with ceilings
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Working with ceilings 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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CAD
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Revit
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