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Thu, May 16, 2013 at 12:13:26 PM | Parametric quoins (tutorial video)

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if you want to place quoins easily.. watch this

i made a family that makes quoins automatically..

http://youtu.be/lRcblFWFUg0


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Thu, May 16, 2013 at 12:27:50 PM | Parametric quoins (tutorial video)

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How about posting to the download section?


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Tue, May 21, 2013 at 2:40:31 PM | Parametric quoins (tutorial video)

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But there's no file to download


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Tue, May 21, 2013 at 2:56:13 PM | Parametric quoins (tutorial video)

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You created the family when you did the video do there should be a file to download.. unless you don't want to share it.  Or is this not a video you made, just one you found?


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Tue, May 21, 2013 at 3:41:09 PM | Parametric quoins (tutorial video)

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I didn't make the video to share family but to make all learn how to make that kind of families. Isn't it fare enough?

I just can't understand some people who just want the family.(i don't mean u r the one)


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Tue, May 21, 2013 at 4:07:25 PM | Parametric quoins (tutorial video)

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the good ol "teach a man to fish" philosophy.  i like it


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Tue, May 21, 2013 at 5:21:55 PM | Parametric quoins (tutorial video)

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I agree, learning is essential and its a nice tutorial.  When you wrote "But there's no file to download" I wanted to make sure you knew what coreed was asking since you obviously have the file. Hope someone can benefit from the video.


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Tue, May 21, 2013 at 5:35:07 PM | Parametric quoins (tutorial video)

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Also people can take what you have done and see what you have done and build on it if they like. Take existing families and using them as a starting point is a common practice. If all you want to share is the video, that's fine.


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Tue, May 21, 2013 at 11:51:27 PM | Parametric quoins (tutorial video)

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I think video will be enough for anyone want to practice.

I visit zach's blog somtimes and never download files but just read.

If i had used his file, i could never make my own.

I always tell whom ask me file, 'i can show you but try your original. That's the only way to find out how it works.'

And you know what, if i share my file, someone should ask me more or complain because it dosen't perfect to use.


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Wed, May 22, 2013 at 3:22:13 AM | dingohot

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Quoting dingohot from 2013-05-21 18:51:27

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I think video will be enough for anyone want to practice.

I visit zach's blog somtimes and never download files but just read.

If i had used his file, i could never make my own.

I always tell whom ask me file, 'i can show you but try your original. That's the only way to find out how it works.'

And you know what, if i share my file, someone should ask me more or complain because it dosen't perfect to use.

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That's all fine. There are no perfect files. Using someone else files does not hender you from making your own. That the purpose of a template file and basically that's what one would be doing when using a file as a starting point. That's why Zach post those files. It's just a stating point. Not only do I read, I download too. As I said it's fine. Thanks for what you have posted. 

 


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Wed, May 22, 2013 at 3:38:52 AM | coreed

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Quoting coreed from 2013-05-21 22:22:13

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Quoting dingohot from 2013-05-21 18:51:27

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I think video will be enough for anyone want to practice.

I visit zach's blog somtimes and never download files but just read.

If i had used his file, i could never make my own.

I always tell whom ask me file, 'i can show you but try your original. That's the only way to find out how it works.'

And you know what, if i share my file, someone should ask me more or complain because it dosen't perfect to use.

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That's all fine. There are no perfect files. Using someone else files does not hender you from making your own. That the purpose of a template file and basically that's what one would be doing when using a file as a starting point. That's why Zach post those files. It's just a stating point. Not only do I read, I download too. As I said it's fine. Thanks for what you have posted. 

 

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ok. i'm not arguing.. i know what you mean..  i'll think about sharing some other time if nessesary.

and thank YOU anyway. Winking


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Wed, May 22, 2013 at 4:08:36 AM | dingohot

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Quoting dingohot from 2013-05-21 22:38:52

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Quoting coreed from 2013-05-21 22:22:13

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Quoting dingohot from 2013-05-21 18:51:27

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I think video will be enough for anyone want to practice.

I visit zach's blog somtimes and never download files but just read.

If i had used his file, i could never make my own.

I always tell whom ask me file, 'i can show you but try your original. That's the only way to find out how it works.'

And you know what, if i share my file, someone should ask me more or complain because it dosen't perfect to use.

"

That's all fine. There are no perfect files. Using someone else files does not hender you from making your own. That the purpose of a template file and basically that's what one would be doing when using a file as a starting point. That's why Zach post those files. It's just a stating point. Not only do I read, I download too. As I said it's fine. Thanks for what you have posted. 

 

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ok. i'm not arguing.. i know what you mean..  i'll think about sharing some other time if nessesary.

and thank YOU anyway. Winking

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o.k. I'm not arguing also. Sharing is not necessary, it's strcikly up to you. Thank You Smile


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Mon, Dec 12, 2016 at 7:08:29 PM | Parametric quoins (tutorial video)

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Dingohot,

I'm all for learning Revit, I’m new to it myself. I do however think it would be valuable for you to perhaps do a video explaining how you created the quoin, as that's one element I’m struggling in. I agree, giving away the family may be too an easy option, but for people like myself who are genuinely keen to learn, we need the assistance of people like yourself with experience to guide us.

 

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