Join Eric Wing for an in-depth discussion in this video Landing families, part of Revit Stairs Workshop.
- [Instructor] This is a very common landing…that we're going to do,…but I think it's a much better approach…than faking the bottom tread.…This one is parametric…in that it allows for more realistic construction practices.…I'm going to go a little quick in this one…because there's a lot to do.…Remember, you can slow me down to half speed.…I sound drunk, but the clicks are easier to follow.…For example, let's take a look at this landing down here.…It's a nice staircase.…If we look at this landing, this is what I want to do.…Kind of bear down on it,…and the landing's there to support it.…
And it looks like it's integral to the stairs right?…So I'm going to close out of this sample.…Under families I'm going to go new.…Let's grab a generic model.…Click open.…Let's make some parameters.…I'm going to right click on this reference plan.…Pretty similar.…Pick lines.…I'll go two feet.…
To the left, to the right.…I'm going to dimension these.…I'm going to make these dimensions equal.…Put an overall dimension in it.…Select that four foot dimension.…
- Adding straight stairs
- Configuring stair visibility graphics
- Adding a U-shaped winder and spiral stair
- Adding multistory stairs
- Configuring railings
- Adding a wall railing
- Creating a bullnose
- Riser, stringer, and tread families
- Integral stair landings
Skill Level Intermediate
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1. Configuring Stairs
2. Configuring Railings
3. Stair Families
4. Railing Families
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