Revit TotD – 8.30.2010 | In-fill mash up
NOTICE: I just noticed that the entire video recorded with ZERO sound. I will re record this video and re-upload it as soon as I can. Until then, my sincerest apologies for making you guess what I’m talking about 🙂
An easy quick tip to start off the day. Phasing can be a pain to even the most seasoned Revit veterans, and hopefully I can help you out with a little in-fill issue you may have in the future. When you demolish a door, window or any wall cutting object out of a wall, it replaces that former opening with an in-fill wall. This wall has no phase information but can be replaced with ANY wall type you have already defined. If you have a scenario where you want to replace the in-fill area with a different wall type (say you have a CMU/Concrete building and just want to in-fill with stud walls), this tip is going to be right up your alley!
- Demolish your wall cutting object
- In your next phase view, select the in-fill create by the previous demolition.
- Choose the wall type you wish to use.
- Choose the location line alignment.
- Voila! Quick, easy and painless!
Nice simple one to start off the week. I’ll see you all next time for another, Revit TotD!
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