In this third course in Adaptive Components we're going to show you how to build a walkway shelter by turning a 4-point Curtain Wall Adaptive Component on its side, and nesting regular Revit Families inside the Adaptive Component. This technique will show you the most efficient way to build a very sophistocated, flexible element.
You will also learn how to use divided surfaces in the Adaptive Component environment to create an array of nested Components.
When we're finished you'll have a walkway shelter Adaptive Component that will be both rigid for the elements we do not want to change and flexible enough to adapt to the varying position of the adjacent components.
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