Here's how a family works. First we have the family. Say a wall. Then we have a type of that wall. So basically one family will have multiple types associated with it. What this video will show is how to create many types of the same family. We will use a basic piece of mechanical equipment and create several types with varying dimensions and functions.
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- [Wing] As I mentioned before, a single family that we…insert into a model can have many types of that family.…This way it allows us to not have different size…families like we would have blocks in AutoCAD.…Basically, we have one family with several different types.…For example, let's jump into Revit and under Projects,…let's just go New.…We can use Mechanical Template and let's click OK.…I'm going to go to my Systems tab and I'm going to…grab some Mechanical Equipment.…I'm going to come to my type selector drop-down…and we notice that we have the components,…then we have something underneath them.…
So the component is the file or the family that we insert,…and the items underneath them are the types…of family that we have.…So what I want to do is I want to grab a Boiler Standard.…Pretty blank.…I'm going to zoom in on my boiler, I'm just going to…put a point right here.…So now I'm going to select my equipment, and what I'd like…to do is just come up here and click on Edit Family.…Now, this is a single file.…
Once you're finished with this course, you can feel confident taking the Revit MEP 2015 Certified Professional exam.
- Importing AutoCAD files into Revit
- Linking Revit models
- Using worksets
- Creating new family types
- Adding and modifying panels, circuits, switches, conduits, and more
- Creating detail views
Skill Level Intermediate
AutoCAD Electrical Essential Trainingwith Shaun Bryant7h 24m Appropriate for all
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