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Revit LT 2013 & Residential Framing

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12-10-2012 08:46 AM

Has anyone completed a residential roof framing plan with Revit LT? If so, will you please share with me how you did it.

You can place individual instances of a beam (or other framing member) and then use the array command.

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Re: Revit LT 2013 & Residential Framing

12-11-2012 02:29 PM in reply to: bcarriere

OK, Anyone using Revit know how to do residential framing (floor & roof framing) in Revit LT?

Please note in Revit LT there is no "beam system" icon/option.

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Re: Revit LT 2013 & Residential Framing

12-12-2012 10:30 AM in reply to: bcarriere

You can place individual instances of a beam (or other framing member) and then use the array command.



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Re: Revit LT 2013 & Residential Framing

12-12-2012 05:28 PM in reply to: loboarch

Jeff,

Thanks for the reply! So, in this case, using Revit LT is no different than using AutoCAD (copy and/or array) with the exception that when the beams are arrayed they show up in all applicable views?

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Re: Revit LT 2013 & Residential Framing

12-12-2012 08:57 PM in reply to: bcarriere

Yes plus they are 3D. Move it in any view it changes in every instance. You can move the arrayed set or individually.

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