Working with floors


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Working with floors

Let's move on to sketch-based elements. A sketch-based element is an element that requires a user-defined sketch to show Revit the shape of the element you wish to create. In other words, there's no reasonable way that Revit can assume the default shape of objects like floors, roofs, or stairs; we must give Revit some guidance when creating such elements, by sketching out the overall shape of the element. Sketches are two-dimensional, simplified renditions of the element you're creating. And in this movie we're going to look at the Floor Element as our first example. So I'm here in a simple office building layout.

The name of this file is Adding Floors, and I'm looking at Level 1. On the Home Tab, I click the Floor tool, and this takes me into Sketch mode. Now, how do I know I'm in Sketch mode? The most obvious way that I know is that the entire model grays out. Now, I can't modify any of the other objects in Sketch mode. You'll see that some of the tools...

Working with floors
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Working with floors 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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