Join Paul F. Aubin for an in-depth discussion in this video Modifying divisions, part of Revit: Construction Modeling Tools.
…Once you have divided your parts you can…always revisit them at any time and make modifications.…Now we've already looked at a few examples of…editing and division and adding and removing intersecting references.…But in this movie I'd like to look at some of the specialized…tools that we have to help us modify the divisions of our parts.…So we're in a file here called Modifying, and it's currently set to Show Original.…So, if you look over here on…the Properties palette, make sure nothing is selected.…It says Show Original for the parts visibility,…and I just want to keep reminding you to…looking over here and decide, is it the…parts you want to see, the original or both.…
Now, I usually use either Show Parts or Show Original.…I'm not a huge fan of Show Both, but you…certainly could show both if you want to see them both simultaneously.…But I find it a little distracting when you have both…the original object and the parts displaying at the same time.…So I'm going to show the parts and as you can…see, I've divided these into this panelized system in both directions.…
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
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