Join Paul F. Aubin for an in-depth discussion in this video Scheduling parts, part of Revit: Construction Modeling Tools.
…Schedules and any other view.…They only differ in presentation.…In a graphical view such as a plan or an elevation, we are given…a graphical representation of the elements contained…within the view range of that view.…In a schedule, we're presented with a list of elements…that meet a certain search criteria, usually a certain category.…In this movie we will create a schedule from parts.…Creating such a schedule is not that different…from creating any other kind of rivet schedule so…here we will simply focus on the unique…aspects mostly the fields that are available for parts.…
So I'm in a file called scheduling.…And it's just a really simple little pavilion building.…And what I've done is gone in and created parts from…just about any kind of element in here that's eligible for parts.…So the roof has been created as parts, the fascia has…been created as parts, the walls, the ceilings and so on.…And what I want to do now is get a list of all the parts that are in this model.…So to do that, I'm going to create a schedule.…
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
Skill Level Intermediate
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