Learning Revit Families Training Video

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Learning Revit Families Training Video A Practical Revit Training Course That Teaches Real World Skills In this project-based Learning Revit Families video tutorial series, you'll quickly have relevant skills for real-world applications. Follow along with our expert instructor in this Learning Revit Families Training Video course to get: Concise, informative and broadcast-quality Revit Families  training videos delivered to your desktop The ability to learn at your own pace with our intuitive, easy-to-use interface A quick grasp of even the most complex Revit Families  subjects because they're broken into simple, easy to follow tutorial videos Practical working files further enhance the learning process and provide a degree of retention that is unmatched by any other form of Revit Families  tutorial, online or offline...so you'll know the exact steps for your own projects. Course Fast Facts: Only 8 hours to complete this course 115 tutorial videos Expert instructors lead each course Download to any Windows PC or Mac and save for viewing off line Course is accessible 24/7 from any computer once downloaded You can study from home or at work at your own pace in your own time Course Description In this Learning Revit Families Training Video course, expert author Simon Whitbread takes you on a journey to learn how to create and manage families within the Revit suite of products. Families are powerful objects that share a common set of properties, and are used throughout Revit projects. This course requires no prior Revit Family experience, however familiarity with the Revit suite of products is recommended. You will begin with a tour of the Family Editor interface, and discover where the various tools are, and how to access them. You will learn how to create new families, and edit existing ones. Other topics include modelling, managing parameters, templates, and the difference...

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01. Introduction
  • 0101 Introduction To This Course
  • 0102 The Family Editor Interface
  • 0103 Family Editor Quick Tour
  • 0104 In Depth Interface - Create Tab
  • 0105 In Depth Interface - Insert Tab
  • 0106 In Depth Interface - Annotate Tab
  • 0107 In Depth Interface - View Tab
  • 0108 In Depth Interface - Manage Tab
  • 0109 In Depth Interface - Modify Tab
  • 0110 Keyboard Shortcuts
  • 0111 Using The Included Working Files
  • 0112 Working With Views
  • 0113 So, What Is A Revit Family?
  • 0114 File Concepts - Family Templates, Model Objects
  • 0115 Standards
  • 0116 File Naming
  • 02. Basic Creation Tools
    • 0201 Opening A Revit Family
    • 0202 Family Planning
    • 0203 Reference Planes
    • 0204 Reference Lines
    • 0205 Dimensions And Parameters
    • 0206 Modelling Techniques - Solids
    • 0207 Modelling Techniques - Voids
    • 0208 Model Lines
    • 0209 Symbolic Lines
    • 0210 Nested Components
    • 0211 Model Text
    • 0212 Connectors
  • 03. Family Planning
    • 0301 You Want What?
    • 0302 It Is All About Hosting
    • 0303 Parametrics
    • 0304 Controlling Visibility
    • 0305 Detail
    • 0306 Templates - Overview
    • 0307 Templates - Wall
    • 0308 Templates - Ceiling
    • 0309 Templates - Floor And Roof
    • 0310 Templates - Face Based
    • 0311 Templates - Un-Hosted
    • 0312 Templates - Line
    • 0313 How Do You Take Your References? Strong Or Weak
    • 0314 Family Category And Parameters!
    • 0315 Flexing Your Family
    • 0316 Family Types
    • 0317 Family Catalogs
    • 0318 Lookup Tables
  • 04. Parameters
    • 0401 Parameters
    • 0402 Shared Parameters
    • 0403 Parameters: Type, Instance Or Reporting?
  • 05. Formulas
    • 0501 Introduction
    • 0502 First Steps
    • 0503 Trying It Out
    • 0504 What Can Go Wrong
  • 06. In Depth Modelling
    • 0601 Extrusion
    • 0602 Blend
    • 0603 Revolve
    • 0604 Sweep
    • 0605 Swept Blend
    • 0606 Voids
    • 0607 Voids As Hosts
    • 0608 Voids As Hosts - Adding Detail
    • 0609 Model Lines
    • 0610 Arrays
    • 0611 Linear Arrays
    • 0612 Troubleshooting
    • 0613 Flip Arrows
  • 07. Architectural Furniture Family
    • 0701 Generic Chair - Reference Planes
    • 0702 Generic Chair - Modeling
    • 0703 Generic Chair - Completing The Modeling
    • 0704 Additional Parameters
    • 0705 What More Can We Do
  • 08. Structural Column Family
    • 0801 Column Family
    • 0802 Adding Some Detail
  • 09. Electrical Outlet Family
    • 0901 Socket Family
    • 0902 Planning The Model Objects
    • 0903 Creating Model Elements
    • 0904 Flexing
    • 0905 The Symbol Family
    • 0906 Nesting
    • 0907 Testing
    • 0908 Electrical Connections - Wires
    • 0909 Electrical Connections - Conduits
  • 10. Electrical Lighting Family
    • 1001 Lighting Family
    • 1002 Planning
    • 1003 Modelling
    • 1004 IES Files
    • 1005 Types
    • 1006 Testing
  • 11. Pipe Fitting Family
    • 1101 Pump Family
    • 1102 Planning
    • 1103 Parameters
    • 1104 Modelling
    • 1105 Connectors
    • 1106 Testing
    • 1107 Types
  • 12. Family Oddities
    • 1201 Cuttable Families
    • 1202 Examples
    • 1203 Visibility Of Imported Data
  • 13. Annotation Families
    • 1301 Tags
    • 1302 Testing
    • 1303 View Title - Part 1
    • 1304 View Title - Part 2
    • 1305 View Title - Part 3
    • 1306 View Title - Part 4
    • 1307 View Title - Part 5 - Testing
  • 14. Detail Components
    • 1401 Detail Component
    • 1402 Repeating Details
  • 15. Importing Foreign Data
    • 1501 Utilizing Legacy CAD Files In Your Families
    • 1502 3D Geometry - From 3D
    • 1503 3D Geometry - From 2D
    • 1504 Tidying The Mess
  • 16. Conclusion
    • 1601 What Did We Learn
    • 1602 External Resources
    • 1603 Acknowledgements
    • 1604 About The Author

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