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Adjustable Hollow Metal Door for CMU Wall-Revised

Here is a parametric door family in CMU wall with customized door schedule to match our office one.This one can show unequal leafs, different swing angles, lites, glass type on schedule; frame depth and frame setback are all parametric.1. The leaf sizes is "Type" dependant, a pair of 3'-0"/2'-0" x 7'-0", will be shown PR. 3'-0"/2'-0"x7'-0" on schedule. -if you need a pair of 3'-0"/1'-4" x 7'-0" door, you can duplicate 3'-0"/2'-0" x 7'-0", go to "Element Property" cahnge the "Width2" to 1'-4" and rename it accordingly, it will show on schedule.2. The swing angle is an "instance", you can click the door #11, go to "Element Property" change "Swing angle" to 50, it will be changed on plan.3. The lite in active panel has three configurations, and a flush one. -go to door schedule view, under "Door Type" not "(2) DOOR TYPE", for Door # 12, if you change the number to 3, then go to 3D view, you can see the lite changed.4. Type of glass is an "instance", you can un-check the box "Exterior Door" on Door Schedule, the "(5)GLASS" will be changed from SGI to SG. SGI- safety glass insulated, SG-safety glass.5. Frame depth and setback (for masonry wall) are all "Family dependant", since I think that each project should have the same setback, if you want, you can modify  it and make it a "Type" or "Instance" parameter.Then you can go to Sheet A101 to see the print format of the door schedule.

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CSI Division: 08 10 00 Doors & Frames
RevitCity Division: Doors & Openings

Product Version: Revit Architecture 2009

Uploaded By: CDWdavid
Uploaded On: Thu, Dec 15, 2011

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I guess you will have a unique office building if every doors you have has different designs of door, but these are just choices right.


My impression of every door are:

Door 1 = private and secured, if not an sliding door type with sensor, then a mechanisms in this door is in unique aspects to open.

Door 2 = Mostly for conference and seminar rooms, also for office that you need to knock before you open, as an automatic lock is in the inside.

Door 3 = Private yet, its glass panels is the only way you can see through, but mostly use for hospitals and some less private rooms.

Door 4 = is the one I like that it is for outdoor business facility like for restaurant and you can see anything from the outside. Just almost similar to this entry door at

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Great article

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