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Wed, Mar 15, 2006 at 12:47:41 PM | Furniture X Furniture Systems Families Templates

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Does any of of you know what's the diference between the templates of the Furniture Family and the Furniture Systems Family?

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Wed, Mar 15, 2006 at 2:14:26 PM | RE: Furniture X Furniture Systems Families Templates

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a template (.rft) is a file that you start with to create a family file (.rfa.) this .rfa file is the file that you load into revit. you can file some excellent revit training resources at - http://www.dgcad.com hope this helps best regards, coreed, aia

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Thu, Mar 16, 2006 at 8:31:57 PM | RE: Furniture X Furniture Systems Families Templates

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From what I have figured out, Furniture Families are things like tables, desks, chairs and bookshelves, while the furniture systems families are more for compnents of office type furniture, like partion walls and storage units, and te type of worksurface that goes with those.

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Thu, Mar 16, 2006 at 8:48:02 PM | RE: Furniture X Furniture Systems Families Templates

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everthing that is loaded into revit is a family best regards, coreed,aia

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Quoting vdogg - 2006-03-16 14:31:57

"From what I have figured out, Furniture Families are things like tables, desks, chairs and bookshelves, while the furniture systems families are more for compnents of office type furniture, like partion walls and storage units, and te type of worksurface that goes with those."




Thanx, Vdogg! You've Solved my doubt!.

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Fri, Mar 17, 2006 at 8:34:19 PM | RE: Furniture X Furniture Systems Families Templates

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Sat, Mar 18, 2006 at 12:16:18 AM | RE: Furniture X Furniture Systems Families Templates

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Basically, both are the same. Just give users one more option to arrange the family library. Based on my experinces, I will use Furniture family for single component, such as a bed or a table. I will use Furniture System for creating a pre-set furniture layout contain more than one furniture components, such as kichen or bathroom.

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