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Love Architecture, Revit and LEGO
Love Architecture, Revit and LEGO

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Location of Slope's Section Line
When a symbolic line has to overlapped on a model section line, Revit gives us snap to find exact location of the line except below case. Of course it's not very important. We can just draw a line at nearest location. But, I just don't like it. WE ARE ENGIN...
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Movable Annotations In A Symbol Family
There are some families which include annotations. And some of them can be more convenient to use if locations of texts are parametric.   Above are common level symbol we are using. What do you think is the best way to express those at documents using Revit...
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Physics in Revit
In my opinion, one of the wonderful things in using Dynamo is that it makes you to be able to simulate any of physical behaviors of real world in Revit. A tablecloth makes dynamic shape which depends on shapes of tables and the shape of itself. And we all k...
Physics in Revit
Physics in Revit
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Railing on Topography
Have you ever experienced to create a railing at a topography in Revit? If you say yes, I know it means you  have struggled a lot. Because topography can't be a host of railings. You could try with AC instead if you were good at using it, but AC can't be attach...
Railing on Topography
Railing on Topography
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Polyhedrons
It's not strange that most of regular polyhedrons can't be created easily in Revit. Just few of 3d software have a feature which can create regular polyhedrons directly.(eg. 3ds-max) It is well known that there are only 5 regular polyhedrons. And it's quite...
Polyhedrons
Polyhedrons
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