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Existing Fill Patterns - Drafting (Revit.

pat) ARCHITECTURE I ENGINEERING I INTERIOR DESIGN

SHELTON, CONNECTICUT 203 - 225 - 6500


HARTFORD, CONNECTICUT 860 - 249 - 0888
SOMERSET, NEW JERSEY 732 - 907 - 6800
NEW YORK, NEW YORK 212 - 695 - 4767
NAPLES, FLORIDA 239 - 687 - 1220
BOSTON, MASSACHUSETTS 617 - 524 - 5200

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CONSULTANT:

Aluminum Concrete Crosshatch CrossHatch - Small Diagonal Crosshatch Diagonal Crosshatch - Diagonal Down Diagonal Down - Small Diagonal Up
Small REVIT FILL
PATTERNS
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There are two KEY types of patterns
Diagonal Up - Small Earth Gypsum Plaster Horizontal Horizontal - Small Insulation - Rigid Masonry - Brick Masonry - Concrete Plastic in revit to be used within our documentation:
Block Drafting and Model.

Each of the two types are meant to be


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tasked in different ways depending on the
need to show that pattern in all views or just
Plywood Sand Sand - Dense Shingle Solid Black Steel Vertical Vertical - Small Wood - Finish in the active view, independently as a filled
region or through the use of materials.

Changes applied my adversely affect other


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areas of the project. As with everything else
in the software, caution should be exercised
before blindly changing any existing pattern
Wood 1 Wood 2 Wood 3 Particle Board Triangles Wood 4 Wood 5 Wood Cork Wood Glu-LamBeam
and use the Duplicate option to introduce or
edit patterns in the project.
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The samples shown are not exclusive of any
use of pattern type or file and are shown as
a visual reference to assist in finding one
Bar Grating 1 3/16x4 Bar Grating 1 3/16x2 Bar Grating 1 3/8x4 Bar Grating 1 3/8x2 Bar Grating 1 7/8x4 Bar Grating 1 7/8x2 Bar Grating 1 15/16x4 Bar Grating 1 15/16x2 Bar Grating 2 3/8x4 that you may need.

**NOTE**
Not all pattern files are made equal. Some
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patterns are too large for Revit to display and


the software will not let you use it. Also, some
Bar Grating 2 3/8x2 patterns may be too dense and show as a
solid until it is "zoomed" in to show it properly.

Additional Fill Patterns - Drafting I have added a "Pattern Files" folder to the root
of the software content folder which contains
respective folders for both Drafting and Model
Cultured Cultured Cultured Wethered Wood pattern files.
Stone Stone Stone Cut Edge Floor
Cobblefield.pat cobblestone.pat Driftstone.pat riverrock.pat Stone.pat Limestone.pat Parquet.pat A seperate handout will be generated if needed
on the specifics of regions and thier use.

by Douglas Campbell
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PATTERN FILE

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CBLFLD CLSTN DRFTSTN RVRRCK cutstone WELSTN AR-PARQ1

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Existing Fill Patterns - Model (Revit.pat) ARCHITECTURE I ENGINEERING I INTERIOR DESIGN

SHELTON, CONNECTICUT
HARTFORD, CONNECTICUT
203 - 225 - 6500
860 - 249 - 0888
SOMERSET, NEW JERSEY 732 - 907 - 6800
NEW YORK, NEW YORK 212 - 695 - 4767
NAPLES, FLORIDA 239 - 687 - 1220
BOSTON, MASSACHUSETTS 617 - 524 - 5200

CONSULTANT:

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REVIT FILL

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PATTERNS
12" Tile 3" Parrallel 4" Parrallel 4" Tile 4.25" Tile 6" Parrallel 8" Tile Block 8x16 There are two KEY types of patterns
in revit to be used within our documentation:
Drafting and Model.

Each of the two types are meant to be


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X
tasked in different ways depending on the
need to show that pattern in all views or just
in the active view, independently as a filled
region or through the use of materials.
Brick Birck Soldier Course Ceiling 24x24 Ceiling 24x48 HerringBone 2x6 Parquet 6" Wood Board Shake 6" Changes applied my adversely affect other
areas of the project. As with everything else
in the software, caution should be exercised
before blindly changing any existing pattern
and use the Duplicate option to introduce or
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edit patterns in the project.

The samples shown are not exclusive of any


use of pattern type or file and are shown as
a visual reference to assist in finding one
Concrete Paver Wood 5(Model) Wood Board Bar Grating 1 3/16x2 Bar Grating 1 3/16x4 Bar Grating 1 3/8x2 Bar Grating 1 3/8x4 Bar Grating 1 7/8x2
that you may need.
WideNails (Model) (Model) (Model) (Model) (Model)
**NOTE**
Not all pattern files are made equal. Some
patterns are too large for Revit to display and
the software will not let you use it. Also, some
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patterns may be too dense and show as a
solid until it is "zoomed" in to show it properly.

I have added a "Pattern Files" folder to the root


Bar Grating 15/16x2 Bar Grating 15/16x4 Bar Grating 2 3/8x2 Bar Grating 2 3/8x4 Block 8x8 Wood Board Wide Bar Grating 1 7/8x4 of the software content folder which contains
(Model) (Model) (Model) (Model) (Model) respective folders for both Drafting and Model
pattern files.

A seperate handout will be generated if needed


on the specifics of regions and thier use.

by Douglas Campbell
PATTERN FILE

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NAME

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PATTERN
NAME

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ARCHITECTURE I ENGINEERING I INTERIOR DESIGN

Additonal Fill Patterns - Model SHELTON, CONNECTICUT


HARTFORD, CONNECTICUT
SOMERSET, NEW JERSEY
203 - 225 - 6500
860 - 249 - 0888
732 - 907 - 6800
NEW YORK, NEW YORK 212 - 695 - 4767
NAPLES, FLORIDA 239 - 687 - 1220
Cultured Stone Cultured Stone Cultured Stone Cultured Stone BOSTON, MASSACHUSETTS 617 - 524 - 5200

Cobblestone Carolina Dressed Drystack European Cultured Stone European CONSULTANT:

Pavers.pat Ledgestone.pat Fieldstone.pat Ledgestone.pat Castlestone.pat Fieldstone.pat Castlestone.pat pebbles.pat

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PATTERNS

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There are two KEY types of patterns
in revit to be used within our documentation:
Drafting and Model.
cobblefield_pavers CAROLINA DRESSED DRYSTACK EUROPEAN CASTLE FIELDSTONE European Castlestone Pebble_01
LEDGESTONE FIELDSTONE LEDGESTONE STONE Each of the two types are meant to be
tasked in different ways depending on the
roof.pat Stone_Ghiaia1.pat need to show that pattern in all views or just
in the active view, independently as a filled
region or through the use of materials.
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Changes applied my adversely affect other


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areas of the project. As with everything else


in the software, caution should be exercised
before blindly changing any existing pattern
and use the Duplicate option to introduce or
Roof Stone ghiaia1 edit patterns in the project.

The samples shown are not exclusive of any


use of pattern type or file and are shown as

Additonal Fill Patterns - Model (stone.pat) a visual reference to assist in finding one
that you may need.

**NOTE**
Not all pattern files are made equal. Some
patterns are too large for Revit to display and
the software will not let you use it. Also, some
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patterns may be too dense and show as a

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solid until it is "zoomed" in to show it properly.

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I have added a "Pattern Files" folder to the root
of the software content folder which contains
respective folders for both Drafting and Model
CSTLSTN RVRRCK (Model) SL-DF SLSTN SPLTQRRD pattern files.

A seperate handout will be generated if needed


on the specifics of regions and thier use.

by Douglas Campbell
PATTERN FILE

SCALE FACTOR
NAME

SHOWN
PATTERN
NAME

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