Do you need to create a complex Revit family? If you don’t need to show it in 3D, just make it 2D! It will appear in plan, elevation, section anyway.
We have done with modeling our building for now. After we placed Revit components, now we can produce descent drawings. Well, we haven’t learn about curtain wall and site/topography which I plan to write later. But let’s have fun for a while. We are going to discuss about the other modeling technique in Revit later, […]
We have finished with modeling our building. We created walls, floors, roof, staircase, railings, and ceiling. We can consider it finished, but we will add some objects from library to complete it. Nothing is hard about Revit components. At the first time, I didn’t intend to write about this and just let you explore about […]
I have wrote about creating new levels in Revit. It’s fine if you only have several levels. But what if you have 20 levels? or may be 50? Drawing each level in elevation view would be ridiculous. Even by picking lines it would be a tedious task. Why not create them using array? We know […]
We have created ceiling in our Revit model. Now let’s take a look to our void in stair area. There is a gap between floor at 2nd story and 1st floor ceiling. In the real world, of course this is not right. We have to close it. There are several ways to do that, depends […]
Have you noticed that you consistently see a pop-up message on the top right of your Autodesk Applications? Either it’s Revit, AutoCAD, Inventor or others. It’s the communication center. If you are connected to internet, then communication center will automatically check if there’s any new information available. This is not my original idea, I saw […]
I know this information might be a little bit out dated. But honestly I’ve never user ribbon intensely before. Well, I don’t think most AutoCAD users never look for anything like it. Before AutoCAD already has command line. I accidently found that with ribbon interface, we can have alternative shortcut key. If you use any […]
In this Revit Architecture tutorial, we continue to finish our model by adding ceilings.