Advanced Revit Family Creation Workflows webinar
Advanced Revit Family Creation Workflows – Part 1
Wednesday, July 27, 2022
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Join Joshua Miller and learn how Revit families save time and create efficient workflows for projects like designing mass timber structural connections. The connection is steel integrated with the mass timber element in such a way as to be completely concealed when installed. The final product serves to create production drawings and fabrication files for both the steel and timber elements. The full workflow will be covered in two 30-minute webinars.
Part 1 of the workflow journey covers:
- Preliminary design. What are the constraints?
- Establishing parameters based on constraints
- Creating geometry which is linked to design parameters
Part 2 of the workflow covers:
- Creating void geometry to cut the timber elements
- Working with global parameters
- Creating Assemblies
- Final documentation
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