Join Eric Wing for an in-depth discussion in this video Stringer families, part of Revit Stairs Workshop.
- [Narrator] It makes sense now to create a support,…very similar to the riser,…let's jump in and create a support.…I like to call them stringers,…'cause that is what this is going to be.…So if you're following along with me…and my exercise files, under projects let's go open.…Grab Support.rvt and click open.…Perfect.…Now go to the file tab, go to new, family.…
Let's grab Profile-Hosted, click open.…Let's go to the family category and parameters button…and for the profile usage, we'll click the drop down here…and we'll scroll down 'til we find stair support,…then we click OK.…Let's set our scale to inch and a half equals a foot.…Right-click on this reference plan and create similar,…click pick lines, let's offset two inches.…
I'll set that to the right, now let's offset one foot,…we'll offset this downward, hit escape, let's click…aligned dimension, pick a point here, to here, to here.…Select that two inch dimension, let's create a parameter,…call that thickness, click OK.…Add another dimension, aligned dimension,…
- 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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