Have you ever created a parametric Revit family and wanted to have more control of the shape handles? Have you wanted to see the grip handles in 3D, control their visibility, or even control where they're located within the family? Are you tired of seeing what seems like hundreds of reference planes? This hands-on lab will teach you built-in Revit methods that let your Revit families flex like never before. Multiple, positionable 3D grip handles for sliding doors, grip handles that are formula drivers, and grip handles with visibility are just a couple of the examples we'll cover in this lab. So let's have some fun by giving the infamous reference plane a little bit of a break, and get our hands dirty with awesome stretch methods that have been hiding in the Revit Family Editor all along!
- Learn new methods to enable 3D grip handles in Revit families
- Learn new methods to control visibility of grip handles in Revit families
- Learn to control location of grips in Revit families
- Learn how to create formula drive grip handles
John Pierson is a Design Technology Specialist at Parallax Team, and a Revit certified professional for all disciplines. At Parallax, he is engaged in the creation of automated workflows and the exploration of computational design solutions for the AEC industry. John is a frequent presenter at user groups and conferences. John is also an active member of the Dynamo community and currently manages the Dynamo package Rhythm; which is among the top 5 most downloaded.