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Tue, May 5, 2009 at 5:48:01 PM | ADD TEXTURES AND HATCHS




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Bonjour, je voudrais savoir comment faut-il faire pour pouvoir ajouter des textures et des hatchs personalisés sur revit.

 Hi, I want know if it's possible to add some personals textures and hatchs in revit and how can I?

 Thanks, merci, chinook

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Wed, May 6, 2009 at 4:02:48 AM | ADD TEXTURES AND HATCHS




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With regard to hatches, you have these options - create a new (simple) fill region in the fill settings, import a pattern from another appplication such as AutoCAD, or you can create your own complex patterns.  Find your Revit .pat file and there is an explantion on how to do this.

When you say textures, do you mean materials?  You can take an existing material and duplicate it.  There are many image files in Revit that you can use to create new materials.  You can edit the existing materials, change their appearance, or use new image files to create new materials.  You can also create your own image files to map to the materials, or use some of the websites that have material maps that you can download and use in your project.  Look in help under 'Creating a new material'.

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Wed, May 6, 2009 at 7:59:50 AM | ADD TEXTURES AND HATCHS



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Here is a tutorial on creating materials if that was part of your question:


If you were talking about hatches, these are simple pat files (text) just like AutoCAD except REVIT also has a model hatch.  Model hatches are just 2D hatches except thhey have another line of code right after the header.  Look in your

H E L P using fill as your search.  Custom fill topic will explain more.

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