Creating Intelligent Families in Revit
Throughout these Creating Intelligent Families in Revit lessons, we will utilize Revit Architecture to create families that use advanced parameters and formula to add intelligent behavior. These behaviors will allow the families to adjust based on specific situations. By adding these types of behaviors this will allow for fast design iterations and the re-use of families, which translates to time saving design and tight control over family management. Software required: Revit 2015.
Creating Intelligent Families in Revit Content
- Introduction and Project Overview
- Creating Intelligent Families in Revit
- Reviewing 2D and 3D Families
- Discovering the most important family templates
- Introducing how to lock voids and solids
- Creating additional parameters
- Setting up adaptive families
- Using lie based family template
- Importing the intelligent array into a new family
- Preparing bricks for an adaptive family
- Creating a new intelligent Array
- Finalizing are adaptive array
- Importing the line based family into a window family
- Finishing touches
A family is a group of elements with a common set of properties, called parameters, and a related graphical representation. Different elements belonging to a family may have different values for some or all of their parameters, but the set of parameters (their names and meanings) is the same. These variations within the family are called family types or types.
- The Furniture category includes families and family types that you can use to create different pieces of furniture, like desks, chairs, and cabinets.
- The Structural Column category includes families and family types that you can use to create different wide flanged, precast concrete, angle, and other columns.
- The Sprinkler category includes families and family types that you can use to create different dry and wet sprinkler systems.
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