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Revit Tutorial Segment 3

Revit Tutorial Segment 3

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ATP176Understanding Revit Architecture(Beginning)
Segment 3
Date:
 April 23, 2007
Instructor: 
Eric Wing
 Level:
Beginning
 Category: 
Autodesk Revit
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 © Copyright 2004 Autodesk User Group International, Inc. All rights reserved.Normally, I would have some goofy little intro, but we have to jam SO much in here it’s not even funny. Well,maybe a little funny.Open the file AUGI-Revit.rvt, and lets get cracking.
Roofs
In the project browser, go to
Floor Plans > Roof
In the design toolbar, go to
Basics > Roof > Roof by Footprint
On the options toolbar, uncheck defines slopeMake sure the overhang is 0’ 0”Mouse over one of the wallsTabOnce all of the walls are selected, pick. (You may have to pick the radial wall separately).Click Finish Roof.Go to the 3D viewCheck out the roof.
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Stairs
Stairs are those things that let people walk up and down between floors in a building or house. (This is anengineer talking about stairs. An architect has a different description I’m sure).Open the file AUGI-Revit.rvtIn the project browser, go to the second floor and zoom in on the radial entry area.
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In the design toolbar, go to the Modeling tab, and select stairsPick a point on the second floor slab edgeMove to the right. The stairs will faintly count down.Once you get to 13 risers created, 13 remaining, pick that point.Move your cursor straight up from that point. You will see a green alignment line.

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