Tag Archives: Parametric

Revit pumpkin carving!

Used the holiday to introduce the teams to adaptive components for creating complex geometry.  In this case, a parametric pumpkin, that each person then carved out with voids.  Here’s my sample:   And rendered with ‘candles’ inside:

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Highlighting Affected Parameters

I like to give credit where credit is due – and this aspect of working formulas into parametric families deserves a bit of praise – when selecting parameters in the Family Types dialog, the view will highlight the parameters that … Continue reading

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3D or not 3D – that is the question

First off – not EVERYTHING in a virtual 3D model needs to be in 3D. This is an important concept to emphasize, as the first impulse of a team is that everything will be 3D, and that can be overwhelming  … Continue reading

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Geometric Formula Parameters

Content creation is an evolving skill. Training team members to create symbolic furniture or equipment families is at the lower end of the skill set, where creating multi-referencing parametric families involving rules of proportion are at the higher end.  This … Continue reading

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