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Monthly Archives: June 2011
I’m still playing with the new features of Revit Architecture 2012, and while there are some new tools that are intriguing (parts, assemblies and analysis), THIS is what I’m currently appreciating the most: Ah, yes, the little things really do … Continue reading
Everyone wants to have accessibility clearances built into families. Sure, why not? Pop in that door or drinking fountain, and BAM! (sorry, Emeril!) you got your clearances RIGHT HERE! This topic came up in a recent AUGI post, and I … Continue reading
Component Family Template Hosting Options: When creating custom component families, be aware of which family template is selected at the onset, as each template can have built-in behaviors regarding required hosting conditions. Most common hosting options are: Wall-Based – Must … Continue reading