In this video, Chante Bright shows you how to use already created families and place them into a single file to create a more complex family with nested components.
- [Instructor] Our bookshelf partition…is almost ready to be used into a project,…but there's still a few more things we need to do to it.…And one of those things is we need to add…in our bins that we created to go into the spaces.…So, this is going to require us to actually…pull in components and place them into this family,…so yes, yes you can do that.…You can take other families inside of Revit…that have been made and nest them,…which is the term that we would like to use,…into other families and have them work together.…
And it really doesn't take away from each individual pieces,…except for maybe this complex piece itself…has to have those nested components.…So just keep that in mind as you're creating…these complex shapes like this where you have…nested components in it.…Just know that when you pull those into a project…or you give them to someone,…not only are you giving them that particular component,…but you're also giving them…the nested components themselves as well.…So, this is very easy to do.…
I'm going to do it from a reference level and front view,…
- Starting a custom furniture piece
- Using extrusions, revolutions, and sweeps
- Working with components
- Applying materials
- Creating a custom material
- Adding finishing touches
Skill Level Intermediate
Revit 2019: Interior Design Project Techniqueswith Chante' Bright3h 11m Intermediate
1. Starting with the Basics
2. Continuing Practice
3. Making It Pretty
4. Marching toward Completion
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