I'm a restaurant designer by trade and I have been using AutoCAD 2013 to draw the structures, insert doors/windows, inserting kitchen equipment from toolpallets ect. Moving to revit would cut my work time by at least 25%, if I can have an option of creating a Toolpallet with all of my equipment inside.
Is this possible? Does any option like it exist on Revit?
Any Help is appreciated. Thanks alot.
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Yes , it is.
Architecture >Component >Place a Component
In the top of Properties Palette opens a thumbnail and the name of the last object inserted (family object) expand the right black arrow and the list with all the loaded families will appear as thumbnails and the names will appear....
If you have not the desired family loaded , then in Modify /Place Component >Load Family...
There are also some pluggins made by third parties that are doing this job more handy...
The best method is to make a Template for Restaurant Buildings in which to load all the families needed.
Then ,use this template anytime you need to design a restaurant. Working on the project you can purge families that you don't use...tihs in order to have not an extra large file...
go in Infocenter Bar ( where is the the Help menu too), click on X symbol (Exchange Apps) and you will find there some useful applications, many of them free...
for your purpose can be:
there are two ways :
Definitely , in your case the second method is the suited one because you can see the tool palettes of the new Families
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