Following an overview of the basics, Eric provides specific instructions on modeling different types of families: foundation, framing, annotation, and truss families. He'll show how to perform 3D extrusions and build in flexibility with parameters, as well as create formulas, array parameters, and lookup tables.
- Understanding parameters and reference planes
- Creating extrusions and sweeps
- Cutting voids
- Building stepped-footing and other foundation families
- Creating columns
- Adding framing
- Working with metals
- Creating tags and annotations
- Printing sheets
- Creating trusses
Skill Level Intermediate
- [Voiceover] Hello, I'm Eric Wing and welcome to Revit Structure Families. In the course, we'll look at what families actually are, and the different elements that define a well made family. We'll start by showing you where to get going with reference plans, then the different 3D extrusions and how to create a flexible family using parameters. Then I'll show you how to create specific families for foundations, framing, annotations and trusses. We'll learn how to create a ton of formulas, array parameters and how to create lookup tables. We'll be covering all these features plus plenty of other tools and techniques.
Now, let's get started with Revit structure families.
Creating Concrete Buildings with Revit Structurewith Eric Wing1h 56m Intermediate
Revit Structure 2016 Essential Trainingwith Eric Wing2h 44m Beginner
1. Basic Families
2. Foundation Families
3. Framing and Metals
4. Detailing and Annotations
5. Sheets and Printing
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