Join Paul F. Aubin for an in-depth discussion in this video Dividing parts, part of Revit: Construction Modeling Tools.
…Once you create some parts, you'll probably want to start dividing them up.…One of the reasons we have parts in the first…place is to be able to take some larger component…that was created by a designer and start breaking up…into smaller pieces that represent how it might actually fit together.…So I'm in a file here called Elements and I'm going to…take this wall over here and I'm simply going to turn that into parts.…So if you recall from the previous movie, we simply select the object.…Here on the ribbon we'll get the create parts button.…We'll click that.…And now I have parts here.…
I'm just going to roll my wheel to zoom in.…You can see I have parts here indicating each of the layers.…Now let's say that I want to start breaking this up into smaller segments.…I have this really tall.…Layer here and the same thing on the other side.…And maybe I want to start breaking that up a little bit.…So I'm going to select the bricklayer here, and using the Shift key and the…wheel, I'm going to orbit my view around, so I can see the other side.…
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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