In this video, Chante Bright shows you how to move or copy a revolution you made in a reference view. She also shows you how to disassociate a component from its plane for easy manipulation.
- [Narrator] Now that I have my revolution drawn,…I want to actually get it in place of where…I want it to actually sit on my bin.…So what I'm going to do is ...…I actually want to adjust it in my front view.…So I'm going to actually go to my front view…which I still already have up,…and I noticed it's actually lower then I want it to be.…Here's how you move it.…First if you click on it and you go to move it,…just click on the move button,…you'll notice this.…It'll only go left or right or straight up and down,…and that's because my constrain is turned on.…
So I'm going to unconstrain that.…Once I do that I can actually move this wherever I want.…But wait a minute,…it didn't move.…What happened?…Here's what you have to do.…See this right here,…this is your work plane.…Click and disassociate it.…Once you disassociate that you can click on move,…click on your item and it'll now let you…move it up and down.…But I want this to have a certain location,…a certain relationship on my bin.…So here's a neat little trick that you can do.…
- Starting a custom furniture piece
- Using extrusions, revolutions, and sweeps
- Working with components
- Applying materials
- Creating a custom material
- Adding finishing touches
Skill Level Intermediate
Revit 2019: Interior Design Project Techniqueswith Chante' Bright3h 11m Intermediate
1. Starting with the Basics
2. Continuing Practice
3. Making It Pretty
4. Marching toward Completion
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