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Thu, Sep 22, 2016 at 9:33:45 PM | Anybody use Revit Content's All-In-One families? Like Kitchen, Windows, Doors?

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I work for a high end residential remodel company and we recently switched from Cheif to Revit. I am looking for options for casework that are much more parametric and customizable than the content that comes from Revit. I have looked everywhere for a solution to this problem. Autodesk Seek has families from Merrilat Cabinetry that are nice, but are not as parametric as I am wanting. We are willing to pay for something, but need a good solution. Revit Content's All-In-One Kitchen is very intriguing, but I am worried that nobody uses this product. Everything I read about it 5 years old or so, has anybody had any luck with these? Or any other solutions to our problem? Looking for customizable casework, doors (especially trim), and windows (trim). I'm just not sure if it is worth the time involved to create my own families, hasn't somebody taken advantage of this opportunity to sell high quality families? Any input is appreciated!!


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Fri, Sep 23, 2016 at 8:09:46 PM | Anybody use Revit Content's All-In-One families? Like Kitchen, Windows, Doors?

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this website has standard hundred series cabinet models which are all parametric

http://www.aws-cds.com/

I would suggest modifying these cabinets with trim and other decorative elements yourself

 

here is another good site for cabinetry families

http://www.arcat.com/bim/divs/Casework-Cabinetry.shtml



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Sat, Sep 24, 2016 at 6:08:42 PM | Anybody use Revit Content's All-In-One families? Like Kitchen, Windows, Doors?

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You really don't tell us much about what you want.  In our projects we really don't see any 'problems' with what is available.  Most casework is customisable for size and all casework can be assigned materials.    If you want other features you will probably have to learn how to add them.  Trim might be best done as face based parametric families.


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