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Revit - Parametric Truss System - Part 1
Revit - Parametric Truss System - Part 1
This Revit video tutorial shows how to array a series of voids to create a changing truss system. Rather than thinking of the modeling in components what we are doing here is modeling a solid and using Revit’s cut geometry tool to slice a solid into stick members. The only catch to this techniques is that each truss has a slight slant on the top and bottom. This is something that i willing to look past since i figure it will be lost in the line weight. Once this model needs to transfer to a higher lever of precision i would consider another modeling technique. As a design tool this technique allows for quick iteration while maintaining the design intent. This is the first part of a two part series the second video will dive deeper in using formulas to drive the spacing and thickness of trusses (and why it’s in a line based family:)).
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Arrays: Linear Arrays
Arrays: Linear Arrays
Basics of array functionality and creating simple array in Revit
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Arrays Less Than 2?
Arrays Less Than 2?
Tips to keep the array less than 2 in Revit
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Revit - Line Based Parametric Array
Revit - Line Based Parametric Array
Although a little jumpy, this tutorial covers using a line based family to make a parametric awning. As the line is drawn longer you get more awning members. It covers using formulas in families as well as nesting one family in another. I’ll probably make this again but for now it should work.
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Nested & Arrayed Families Tutorial
Nested & Arrayed Families Tutorial
Revit tutorial shows how to create a basic parametric louvered window
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