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Fri, Jun 8, 2012 at 6:41:11 PM | New Revit Blog - Revit Down to the Details - Revit component creation

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This is some shamless self promotion I started a new Revit blog which will highlight, parametric, detail oriented component creation.  I will be sharing some things I create as well as giving tutorials/tips/tricks

Here is the link --> http://revitdowntothedetails.blogspot.com/  

Feedback is greatly encouraged


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Mon, Jun 11, 2012 at 12:51:31 PM | New Revit Blog - Revit Down to the Details - Revit component creation

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I'm interested and will have to take a look! You cant ever have to many GOOD tutorials and forums 


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Mon, Jun 11, 2012 at 6:56:27 PM | New Revit Blog - Revit Down to the Details - Revit component creation

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I like the cardboard box lesson - good intro to components. You need to get more content on your site! First impressions are key. 


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Mon, Jun 11, 2012 at 6:58:58 PM | New Revit Blog - Revit Down to the Details - Revit component creation

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Keep going....

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Mon, Jun 11, 2012 at 7:24:54 PM | New Revit Blog - Revit Down to the Details - Revit component creation

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Thanks for the feedback, I definitely plan to post more in the near future, I even made a big list of stuff I want to eventually post about including:

  • Creating complex families through the use of nested components
  • How to use nested components in a family to swap different geometry
  • How to effectivly use spec sheets/blue prints to model profiles/components
  • How to create more detail oriented models that still look correct in plan/elevation

One of my main goals is to emphasize that when modeled correctly you can have very detailed components that both look good and dont take too much memory real estate, These models can then be fully/mostly parametric for future iterations of a similar content


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