Join Eric Wing for an in-depth discussion in this video Riser families, part of Revit Stairs Workshop.
- [Instructor] The next profile needs to be…a tad more parametric.…Since every stair can be different,…we need to create a family…that allows for those differences.…The objective of this video is to create a riser family,…then make some adjustments to it to fit into our stairs.…To get started,…if you're following along with my exercise files,…go to Open,…browse to Chapter Three, and grab…your risers model and open it up.…Of course, if you have your own model, open that up.…What I'd like to do is put a little…bit nicer of a riser here.…
Go to the File tab, go to New, go to Family.…Scroll down till we find Profile, click Open.…Let's set our scale to inch and half equals a foot.…Just makes it easier.…Let's add some reference planes.…Right-click on this reference plane and Create Similar.…On the Draw panel, click the Pick Lines button.…Let's give it an offset of three quarters of an inch.…
Make sure you go to the right of this reference plane.…Hit escape a couple times.…Click your dimension button.…Let's put a dimension in here, hit escape.…
- 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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