Custom Families and Parameters in Revit 2016

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Brian DeYoung

Level 2

5h 3m

In this Revit 2016 tutorial course, Brian DeYoung from SOM will show you how to work with custom families and parameters in Revit 2016.

First you will learn how to build families, case work families, and line based famlies using custom parameters and conditional formulas, using these familes to create furniture and casework. Then, you will learn how to create annotations such as tags, labels, and symbols. Finally you will learn how to utilize familes to create curtain walls and panels, and how to bring those elements into a project using the Modern Wing of the Art Institute of Chicago as an example.

When you are done with this course you will know how to utilize the different types of famlies and parameters in Revit 2016 to quickly and efficiently create complex and customized designs in your projects.

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Chapter 1: Building our first Revit Family with Parameters

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Chapter 3: Line based families and arrays

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6m 24s
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Chapter 4: Annotations and shared parameters

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Chapter 5: Building the Modern Wing canopy

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Chapter 6: Basics of working with curtain walls

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