Join Paul F. Aubin for an in-depth discussion in this video Creating assembly sheets, part of Revit: Construction Modeling Tools.
…Once you have your assembly in your assembly views, the next step is to add…annotation details or notes or dimensions and then…place those assembly views on to a sheet.…So in this movie, I'd like to look at assembly sheets and I have a…file open called assembly sheets, and I'm currently…in the typical bay, Detailed view planned detail.…And I've just done a few examples of some of the…detailing here that you might expect to add to these assembly views.…I've got some dimensions, I've got a window…tag, I've got a material tag over here.…
And I've customized the look of the…section indicators that were created here by default.…So, let me go to another view and recap all…of those steps to do a similar kind of configuration there.…So, here's the elevation front view, and it's in the…state that it started off when the view was first created.…So, one of the things that we notice…is that Revit will take these section indicators that…are basically the assembly view elevations, and it…will place them all the way around the assembly.…
AuthorPaul F. Aubin
- Creating and removing parts
- Dividing parts
- Adding and merging parts
- Creating parts from linked files
- Creating assemblies, assembly views, and assembly sheets
- Creating and editing displacements sets
- Controlling displacement views
Skill Level Intermediate
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