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Thursday, February 11, 2010

REVIT Rocks !: REVIT Stepped Footing Tutorial



Out of the box REVIT just doesn't make it easy to create stepped footings.
We need to:
1. Create some Reference Planes
2. Model the stepped footing using an In-Place family
3. Split the walls
4. Apply the Concrete Material and then Join Geometry
Below are 5 CADclips embedded in a single viewer on how to create the stepped footing you see above. This is good for both for REVIT Architecture or Structure.




Source: REVIT Rocks !: REVIT Stepped Footing Tutorial


1 comments:

kris February 14, 2010 at 7:55 AM  

I cannot see what advantage this has over simply using a concrete stair and two concrete floor slabs (one at each of the levels you've set up) -- seems a long way to do the same job, albeit the under side of the building may not be perfect, but once your ground plane is added, you'll never see it.

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