Sweeps are powerful tools for creating unique structures. The objective of this video is to create a sweepable object then sweep away.
- [Instructor] Sweeps are cool and they work awesome. … Essentially, we can add a sweep to either a 3D edge … or sketch our own. … If the sweep is appended to an object … that is parameter driven, … the sweep will flex along with the object. … The objective of this video … is to create a sweepable object, … then we'll sweep away. … We'll create a sweep by sketch, … a sweep using a profile and a blended sweep. … Now let's jump into Revit. … Under models let's go new. … Browse to your region. … I'll go to English Imperial. … Scroll down 'til you find generic model. … Click open. … In the project browser under elevations … let's go to front. … I'm making a couple of reference planes now. … So right click on the center left right reference plane, … create similar. … On the draw panel click pick lines. … And now let's offset eight feet upward. … Let's offset one eight feet to the right. … Hit escape a few times. … You can drag your ends if you'd like. … I think you should just like that. …
- 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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