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New article published: Parameter Power!

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Tuesday, 23 February 2010 16:25

If you're trying to get you head around parameters within Revit, you are in luck. I'm currently in the process of bringing over all the articles from Revit Zone to revit.biz. And on today's menu we have a large serving of Parameter info!

In this article I look at creating a simple custom component family that utilises length parameters to add flexibility to it.

Check out the whole article here

   

Revit TotD: Save the trees, use DWF Markups!

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Monday, 22 February 2010 16:15

Now I like this one. I really like this one! I have been a big fan of DWF markups in Revit for a while now. It just seems such a natural thing to do. So when I came across this excellent guide over at the Revit TotD (Tip of the Day) site, I just had to post a link.

Anything that saves paper and improves productivity / efficiency has to be a good thing- doesn't it?

Check out the full article here

   

BuildZ: Making a cable stayed bridge in Revit

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Monday, 22 February 2010 14:39

Zack Chron's wonderful BuildZ blog has some great content on various ways of pushing Revit when it comes to complex 3D geometry. His latest offeirng looks at "using divided surfaces for complex arrays".

To explemplify what Zack is talking about, he creates a model of a cable stayed bridge.

Check out the entire article here

   

Revit in Motion: Making a parametric family for a catenary arch

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Monday, 22 February 2010 14:15

If you are ready to really have your mind blown, check out Oliver's (of Revit in Motion fame) post on creating a catenary arch in Revit.

I'm afraid Oliver lost me after the few lines. But if you're into this sort of thing check out Oliver's tutorial here

   

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