Blends work well when you need to fuse two different types of geometry together.
- [Instructor] Blends work well when you need to fuse … two different types of geometry together. … So, if you have a shape with a rectangle on one side … and a circle on the other, … this type of extrusion is wonderful. … So, this video will have us creating a blended extrusion. … In Revit, under families, let's go new. … I'm going to go to English Imperial. … I'm going to use my favorite generic model. … In the project browser under elevations, … let's go to our front elevation. … Right-click on a reference plane and create similar. … On the draw panel, click the pick lines button. … For the offset, we'll go four feet. … We'll offset our ref level up four feet. … Of course, we will click the dimension drop-down. … Let's click aligned dimension, strong to weak. … Pick off of it. … Let's make this a height parameter. … Height, click OK. … Excellent. … Now, select the top reference plane. … For the name, we'll call it top. … We'll click apply. … We'll hit escape a few times. … On the floor plane, let's go back down to ref level. …
- Creating parameters
- Creating extrusions and sweeps
- Cutting voids
- Building stepped-footing and other foundation families
- Creating columns
- Modeling trenches
- Adding framing
- Creating joist bridging details
- Working with metals
- Creating tags and annotations
- Printing sheets
- Creating trusses
Skill Level Intermediate
1. Basic Families
2. Foundation Families
3. Framing and Metals
4. Detailing and Annotations
5. Sheets and Printing
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