Learn how to use tags in a floor plan to schedule equipment and other components.
- [Narrator] Now, let's say, for instance,…you're gonna put another one of these in.…And this is just to show you something.…I'm gonna click on the plumbing fixture,…I'm gonna do a right click and I'ma say "create similar."…And I'm gonna put one, place on face, right next to it.…You know, this is just for the sake…of me showing your something.…And I'm gonna wanna tag it, so now I'm gonna…go back up to my annotation category,…I'm gonna click on tag by category,…and I'm gonna put my mouse over that,…and you see right there, it's already recognized as P1…because that is a type parameter for this particular toilet.…
But it's just that simple, once you get that goin'…you can actually go through…and tag other things the same way.…I could do specialty equipments,…once again I'm gonna actually click on my range here,…it's gonna tell me, "you do not have…"a specialty equipment tag loaded in,…"would you like to load one?"…I'm gonna say yes, I'm gonna then go back,…now we have a specialty equipment tag, so,…you know, makes life a little bit easier…
- Moving from design to construction in Revit
- Adding dimensions to floor plans
- Tagging and scheduling components
- Adding dimensions and notes to interior elevations
- Placing and noting mechanical and electrical wiring symbols
- Creating ceiling legends
- Applying design elements to drawings
- Using schedules
- Creating a sortable drawing index
Skill Level Intermediate
Revit and Dynamo for Interior Designwith William Carney4h 57m Intermediate
1. Finalizing a Floor Plan
2. Annotating Interior Elevations
3. Designing Ceilings
4. Applying Design Elements to Drawings
Creating custom millwork8m 9s
6. Bringing It On Home
Next steps1m 2s
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