Creating Complex Family Shapes in Revit : Introduction

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June 7th, 2010 | Author: Michael AnonuevoIn 3D modeling, there is more than one way to accomplish certain tasks. Although the fastest procedure is the obvious way to go, the choice is up to the modeler. Depending on what is being modeled, you can choose solid or void forms (extrusions, revolves, blends or sweeps) or any combination of these forms to create the same shape. Your main goal is to choose the most efficient method to save time and avoid problems that may crop up later.I’d like to begin my first post in Revit family creation by examining the free LDC (Little Details Count) Revit family download available from my website at: I’m referring to the Beer Mug family which is also available from post will consist of two parts. Part-1 is intended for experienced users who just want to quickly browse and find out how the model was created. Part-2 is a step-by-step procedure with detailed explanation on how the model was created.Before I proceed, here is the format and order that I’ll follow to explain this family and other families in my future postings:Presentation of a Revit rendering of the object to examined Analysis of the object to be modeled Revit family tools and modifiers to be used Step by step procedure in creating the family Parameters Architectural building applications Note: For beginners or for anybody new in Revit family creation, you may want to familiarize yourselves with the Revit family editor tools, in particular, the Form...

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