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rubikscube
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unit types

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07-21-2004 10:42 AM
Hello,

Ive just got the new demo version of revit 6.1, and am learning it.

I am trying to model a condoplex with multiple room types...A,B,C,D.

If for example, my rooms were just different sized boxes with internal walls, fixtures, doors etc...,can I create blocks of units to stack.

when I stack unit groupings Ive created, the shared party walls conflict

how do I go about connecting unit types, that I have created, in such a way, that they can be edited, to ensure all instances are updated as well?
(if say I need to change the internal unit wall layout for example)

thanks for any help
callum
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Re: unit types

07-22-2004 12:23 AM in reply to: rubikscube
some options here, it depends on your exact goals which to use.. just read up, experiment and decide; - make the whole layout, drawing just walls in Revit is done is a second. Then copy your types by simple copy/paste or group them [though I'm not sure how stable grouping is now, I abandoned it since it was not so perfect in earlier versions, might work fine now] - make your rooms in multiple files, make a new drawing, link the rooms into it and stack. - I think you might be interested in knowing about worksets, depending on your wishes... I'd say, do some searches on AUGI / Revit, ask some more specific questions and you're on your way. "rubikscube" schreef in bericht news:20735527.1090431803879.JavaMail.jive@jiveforum1... > Hello, > > Ive just got the new demo version of revit 6.1, and am learning it. > > I am trying to model a condoplex with multiple room types...A,B,C,D. > > If for example, my rooms were just different sized boxes with internal walls, fixtures, doors etc...,can I create blocks of units to stack. > > when I stack unit groupings Ive created, the shared party walls conflict > > how do I go about connecting unit types, that I have created, in such a way, that they can be edited, to ensure all instances are updated as well? > (if say I need to change the internal unit wall layout for example) > > thanks for any help > callum
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