Join Eric Wing for an in-depth discussion in this video Rails, part of Revit Stairs Workshop.
- [Instructor] Let's use a more customized rail, shall we?…In this short video, we'll add a custom rail…to an existing railing,…that has more of a residential look.…If you're following along…with my exercise files,…under Projects, go Open,…find the Custom Rails model,…where you're keeping your exercise files.…Click Open.…Let's open another one.…Click Open, browse back to that directory,…grab the 6210.…This is so common, it has it's own little description.…Click Open.…
Now, this typical profile, I'll just model for you.…But, if you want to model your own,…go to File, New, Family,…and, scroll down to Profile Rail.…And, as you can see, it's the same exact thing.…I'm going to cancel.…Notice at the rail top, and the rail center line,…anything you do is modeled downward.…And, any item is going to stop…at the first line it sees.…Let's load this into our project.…
Click Load Into Project.…Perfect.…Now, let's grab this railing.…Let's click Edit Type.…Now, for the top rail, that's what we want to edit.…So, we're going to click where it says Circular 1 1/2 inch.…
- 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
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