Let’s go further with our Revit tutorial. In the last tutorial, we learn about creating floor. Now we are going to create roofs. There are 3 ways to make this building component. By footprints, extrusion, and by face. In this tutorial, we will discuss about creating it by footprints. In your Revit project, open your […]
In this Revit tutorial, we will add more building components. We will create floors in our Revit model.
It’s inevitable when I teach Revit to AutoCAD users: they will compare and ask if they can do it in Revit. One of most popular question is, “I always use AutoCAD blocks for my typical design. So if there’s any changes, all of them that use the same definition will also updated. Can I can […]
Let’s continue our tutorial. You have tried several wall types in the previous Revit tutorial. You might find out that even Revit has many types of walls, you need to define your own types. This is what we are going to do now, creating our own wall types! Type vs Instance Properties First thing first. […]
How can we copy Revit objects to different levels? You can do it using copy tools from Revit ribbon, of course. You can open elevation view, or even 3d view and simply copy them. But not all type of Revit objects can use this tool: have you tried to duplicate walls to different level using […]
We’ve been placing wall in our Revit model. So far, we use generic type. It only has one layer, so you might not notice that you can actually define exterior and interior wall. Activate modify tool. Select one of your wall. You should see arrow symbol to flip your wall. The arrows are supposed to […]
Can I add pattern to my roof in Revit Architecture? Sure! Image above is actually plotted from sheet. You can apply surface pattern to your family for this purpose. Open your roof type properties, edit the material. Duplicate any material from the list, rename it. Now we will apply pattern to this material. Understanding Pattern […]
In the previous tutorial, you have placed walls in Revit model. Now, we will placing doors and windows to our Revit model. You will be introduced to instance parameters, so you can have your own family type. Doors and windows are Revit hosted components. It means you can only place them hosted to other component: […]