Learn about placing and noting electrical symbols on a ceiling plan.
- [Instructor] Not only are ceiling plans used to show…lighting fixtures and other types of information…for the ceiling and what it's made out of…but its also used to show electrical equipment…and HVAC equipment.…But because it is we had to make a duplicate view of this.…So we actually have a view over here…in the project browser called first floor electrical…so that's what I'm actually gonna go to.…Once again I have to clean up this view…so that it's ready to be used.…So one of the first things I'm gonna make sure I do…is hide the interior elevations, also hide…the studio lights 'cause studio lights…are gonna show up in every single view…unless you actually turn them off.…
And anything else that I feel gets in the way…of the information that I'm trying to portray…so it's now nice and simple.…The only other thing about an electrical drawing…is we actually have to drop our cut plane very low…so it shows all of the outlets as well as the switches…on this particular drawing.…So what we have to do is we have to come over here…
- Moving from design to construction in Revit
- Adding dimensions to floor plans
- Tagging and scheduling components
- Adding dimensions and notes to interior elevations
- Placing and noting mechanical and electrical wiring symbols
- Creating ceiling legends
- Applying design elements to drawings
- Using schedules
- Creating a sortable drawing index
Skill Level Intermediate
Revit and Dynamo for Interior Designwith William Carney4h 57m Intermediate
1. Finalizing a Floor Plan
2. Annotating Interior Elevations
3. Designing Ceilings
4. Applying Design Elements to Drawings
Creating custom millwork8m 9s
6. Bringing It On Home
Next steps1m 2s
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