Join Paul F. Aubin for an in-depth discussion in this video Creating assembly views, part of Revit: Construction Modeling Tools.
…So you've created some assemblies in your…model and now you're wondering what comes next.…So the main purpose of the assembly feature is to assist you in documentation.…So the idea is that you select a collection of objects…that you want to isolate and document and you make an…assembly of them, and then one of the features that the…assembly tool has is the ability to create several dedicated views.…So it's almost like creating a shop drawing, or a…set of isolated details, that pertain just to that assembly.…
So we can create these assembly views in a couple of different ways.…I'm in a file here called assemblyviews, and if I scroll down here on the project…browser, you can see that under assemblies, I…currently have two assemblies, Bay 2 and TypicalBay.…So if I right-click on Typical Bay and choose Select All Instances, you can…see that I've got a couple instances here on the front of the building.…So I'm going to focus on the Typical Bay, and create some views for it.…So I have to select just one instance of the assembly, which I can pick either one.…
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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