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Designing with Custom Railing Panels in Revit
Instructional Demo    AS125183
Daniel Dixon
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Calling all architects! Want to add more than basic railings for your monumental stair in Revit software? This class is for you. Custom railing paneling can be fun to design but challenging to model, even with a good fundamental knowledge of Revit software's railing systems. In this session, you will learn to create the custom parts you need and put them together in an accurately modeled railing that will look great in 3D and still be easy to document in your drawings. We'll also cover some shortcuts and ways to avoid common issues throughout the process. At the end of the class, you'll be able to take home all sample files and family templates for your own use. Prerequisites for this course include a working knowledge of railing systems in Revit, as well as some experience with the family editor. It is highly recommended that attendees watch AR18637 "Handrail Hacks" using Autodesk University online prior to the class to ensure maximum benefit.

Key Learnings

  • Learn how to generate unique baluster patterns and panel families
  • Learn how to modify railing designs to fit any length or slope
  • Learn how to add detail and materials to custom railings
  • Learn how to create accurate railings that convey design intent in drawings and renderings

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Daniel Dixon has an expansive background that combines engineering, architecture, 3D visualization, and digital fabrication. He began exploring real-time architectural visualization in 2010 while working as a research assistant at Georgia Institute of Technology, and he has been using a variety of Autodesk, Inc., products for the past 13 years in both academic and professional settings. He currently coordinates design, Building Information Modeling (BIM), and visualization at The Beck Group's regional office in Atlanta. Daniel holds a master of science degree in architecture from Georgia Institute of Technology and a bachelor of arts degree in architecture from Florida International University.
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