Simplify Workflows with Nested Revit Families
Thursday, Oct 20, 2022
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Learn the benefits of using nested Revit families for creating components that are often assembled together. You gain advantages with nested families as they allow for applying different configurations such as rotated, flipped, and mirrored layouts. You can also make changes within the nested Revit family without affecting all the families in a project.
- Nest and share families to combine the geometry of multiple families
- Link family parameters
- Create work plane-based families
- Place and adjust components within the nested family.
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