Learning Revit Families

Learning Revit Families

If you've used Revit, you've probably noticed that the entire model is based on the families you have in place. If you don't know how to make families, then this course from veteran instructor Eric Wing is for you. Throughout this course, Eric demonstrates the process of creating a family and adding parameters, 3D elements, symbolic lines, and materials. Along the way, he covers template selection, reference planes, line-based families, arrays in families, Yes/No functions, if statements, generic families, and more.

Topics include:

  • Creating a basic profile family
  • Creating a door
  • Creating reference planes and labels
  • Creating visibility parameters
  • Working with advanced families
  • Using yes/no parameters and if statements


  • 英文名称:Learning Revit Families
  • 时长:2小时5分
  • 字幕:英语


  1. Revit families
  2. Selecting the correct template
  3. Creating and understanding reference planes
  4. Adding and understanding labels: Parameters
  5. Adding lines and flexing geometry
  6. Adding types
  7. Adding the family to objects in the project
  8. Creating types from within the project
  9. Editing an opening
  10. Modifying parameters and creating a jamb
  11. Creating a casing sweep
  12. Creating a door panel
  13. Adding an inserted component
  14. Adding symbolic lines
  15. Creating reference planes and labels
  16. Creating a sweep
  17. Creating visibility parameters
  18. Adding a face-based support
  19. Creating a line-based family
  20. Creating a generic family
  21. Linking parameters
  22. Adding formulas
  23. Creating an array
  24. Yes/no parameters and if statements
  25. Next steps