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Adaptive Component – Everyday Uses part 3

Continued from.. Adaptive Component – Everyday Uses part 2 Adaptive Component – Everyday Uses part 1 Creating Forms Unlike the normal family editor, in adaptive and mass families, surfaces and solids can be created.  These are created using the Create

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Adaptive Component – Everyday Uses part 2

continued from Adaptive Component – Everyday Uses part 1 Creating the Family Rig Adaptive families consist of elements, most of which are different than the normal family environment.  These elements will include: reference points, adaptive points, shape handle points, reference

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Adaptive Component – Everyday Uses part 1

This past year was a good one and I had the privilege to speak at several conferences and one of the most popular topics was adaptive components (my sessions were titled Everyday Uses of Adaptive Components). I thought I should

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Wall Display Quirk

Steve Stafford posted about this quirk back in 2012 but I have had the question come up several times in the past month so I thought it would be worth bringing this topic up again. When building a wall with multiple layers built up

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Revit 2015 R2 Structural Framing Quirk

With the release of Revit 2015 R2 one of the big features for structural engineers was the capability to flip framing members.  A simple right click on the member and the option to “Flip Structural Framing Ends” appears.  This was

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