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Families In Motion: New and Exciting Methods that Make Your Revit Families Move
Hands-on Lab    AS10620-L
Marcello Sgambelluri
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Description

Have you ever built a family in Revit software and needed to create rotation and dimensional parameters because there were multiple moving parts? This class will show you how to create parameters within the Revit software massing, adaptive component, and traditional Family Editors so your families can move. Just some of the examples we will show include folding-door rotation, articulating booms on cranes, and swinging roof davits. Forget what you’ve learned about how to apply rotation and dimensional parameters to Revit software families. This lecture will show new and exciting methods that could be applied to most Revit families. There will even be a portion of the lecture dedicated to simulating ball joint movement. The class is sure to be fun, exciting, and fresh.

Key Learnings

  • Learn new methods to apply rotation parameters to masses and adaptive component families
  • Learn new methods to apply rotation parameters to traditional families
  • Learn how to create multiple joints that move together in Revit Families in 2D planes
  • Learn how to create multiple joints that move together in Revit Families in 3D "Ball" Joints

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Marcello Sgambelluri currently serves as the BIM Director at John A. Martin & Associates Structural Engineers in Los Angeles. Marcello has worked on many BIM projects over the last 18 years as a project manager, design engineer, and BIM Director. Some of the BIM projects Marcello has worked on includes the Walt Disney Concert Hall in Los Angeles - CA, the Ray and Maria Stata Technology Center at MIT, Tom Bradley International Terminal Expansion at LAX. Marcello is internationally recognized at one of the top BIM leaders and contributors to the education and implementation of BIM technology in the building industry. Marcello continually speaks at Autodesk University and the Revit Technology Conference (BILT) where he has received the 1st place speaker award for a record 14 times between 2012 thru 2018 between both conferences. Marcello received his Bachelors and Master’s degrees in Civil Engineering and he is also a licensed Civil and Structural Engineer.
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