Rhomboid Curtain Panel Tutorial
Yesterday I saw a post in a Facebook group asking how to model a rhomboid panel as shown in this picture.
And I thought OK it is time to finally put a tutorial out for those curtain/adaptive panels.
I haven’t been making proper Revit tutorials in a long time.
The result was pretty decent I think.
How to watch the video:
First 10 minutes are an overview of how it’s all done. For those of you who have experience creating panels that will be enough.
The rest of the video is me making the families from scratch and touching on the concepts of creating well working Revit families from the adaptive component/ curtain panels environment.
No Dynamo this time.
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What’s in the course:
You will learn all the necessary fundamentals to start using Dynamo immediately and then we will build on top of that:
You will learn how to use external data
how to create and modify geometry in Dynamo
how to use that geometry in Revit
How to place and modify different types of Revit Families - floors, walls, windows and doors, adaptive components, structural elements and furniture
How to create, place and modify views and sheets
how to approach a new problem and solve it yourself
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