Revit is a powerful Building Information Modelling (BIM) product that allows you to create a 3D model along with all the working drawings and documentation for a project. To get the most out of Revit you need to be able to create your own families and components.
The Main Focus of the day will be to introduce attendees to the tools and process to building up
customer versions of the standard families.
Over the day we discuss, cover and explain how the existing families are built and how to modify
them to suit desired needs.
– Introduction to Families
– System families v’s Family Libraries
– Creating custom Wall Styles
– Creating Doors and Window Families
– Equipment Families
– Speciality Families
– Family Types
Who Should Attend?
This course is designed for experienced Revit users looking to get into customising the styles of objects used on their projects.
Delegates should have completed the Revit Essentials course in Architecture or MEP or Structure or have equivalent experience using one of the Autodesk Revit suites. Design, drafting or engineering experience is also highly recommended. It is recommended that delegates have a working knowledge of Microsoft Windows 7, 8.x or 10