Join Eric Wing for an in-depth discussion in this video Adding and scheduling project parameters, part of Revit Schedules.
- [Instructor] Okay Chapter one is over.…I had to do that just to get the fundamentals…out of the way.…So here's where it's at.…Parameters.…I've come to find out that a lot of the time…when you meet a parameter Revit just doesn't…give us out of the box.…This is where Project Parameters come in handy.…So to explain…we're going to create a new parameter.…Once that parameter's created…we're going to put it in a specific category…such as structural foundations.…Now, when we select a foundation voila…our new parameter is there.…Now we can turn around and create a schedule…using our little homemade parameter.…
Like I mentioned, I'm going to pick on…structural foundations.…So under Projects I'm going to go to Open.…Browse to where I'm keeping my exercise files…and find my structural model.…Of course, you can grab any model you want.…Let's click Open.…There are a couple different ways to do this…but I'm going to show you one way now…then I'll show you another way later.…Go to the Manage tab.…
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- General schedules
- Adding and scheduling project parameters
- Imbedded schedules
- Configuring schedules
- Creating a blank schedule
- Material takeoffs
- Exporting schedules
- Documentation schedules
Skill Level Intermediate
BIM Manager: Managing CAD Standardswith Eric Wing55m 33s Intermediate
1. General Schedules
2. Parameters and Schedules
3. Configuring Schedules
4. Material Takeoffs
5. Documentation Schedules
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