This SEU BIM Forum session focused on Revit Structure Families. Families are the basic building blocks of all Revit models. Every element in a model belongs to some sort of family, and since every project is unique, it is important to understand how to create or modify these families.
This session focused on discussing the various types of Revit families, and explaining the terminology used in creating these families. Different types of Revit family resources that are available were also discussed, as well as the Family Editor enhancements that were added for 2011. A hands-on demonstration was done to show how to create and modify these families.
Session Length: 1.0 hour
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