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Wednesday, March 16, 2016

Revit Tutorial - Custom Shaker Cabinet Family



I recently wrote about the dangers of not creating your own custom Revit families.  More specifically, I used the example of modifying the out of the box Revit casework families.  In this post, I wrote about how representing your model incorrectly due to “lack of time” could kill a project's budget.  In this post, I wrote about how drafting in details over your families to make them look correct could add hundreds of hours of re-work when changes occur (and they always occur).

Now, to demonstrate just how simple it would have been for you to make a custom shaker door and modify the existing casework families I created a tutorial.  Continue reading to view the tutorial and to fully comprehend the power of custom family creation in Revit….





Revit Tutorial - Custom Shaker Cabinet Family:







Tomorrow…


BIM After Dark -Volume 3 is live!

In the series, there is an entire chapter (almost an hour of video) dedicated to custom cabinet creation...

If you find yourself feeling as though you don’t have time to create custom content.  If you or someone in your company spends all day drafting over out of the box families in Revit.  If you simply want to take your Revit family creation game to the next level, Volume 3 is for you.

Volume 3 is focused 100% on custom family creation while stressing the use of real-world situations and examples. In addition to over six hours of non-stop, easy-to-follow, and information packed tutorials you have the option of some great bonuses in the complete package…  From simple parametric tables to funky adaptive facades, Volume 3 has something for everyone.

Click here to download Volume 3 today!