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Adaptive Families in Revit II

Adaptive Families in Revit II

Although we have talked in a previous article about the possibilities of adaptive families to create shapes that otherwise could not be in Revit, today we are going to talk about another possibility that these families have and that is their adaptability to a changing geometry. In this example made for the client we have a bridge segment, which is defined by its 4 perimeter points, the front and rear surfaces adapt to the next as well as the tongue and groove and the voids, which are another adaptive family within it. The result is a segment with that section that you only have to position and it is drawn automatically, the possibilities in stake out are endless!

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