Have you ever had the problem where your grid lines will NOT show up in elevations?!?!?! This is of course after you have checked your VG settings and maximized 3D extents, still NOTHING! Chances are the elevation view is not perpendicular to the grid lines. In most cases this makes sense, how is Revit going to know where you want to intersect the infinite planes of the grid lines. In this Revit tutorial David Fano establishes the point of intersection as the point where the site boundary and grid line intersect. Once that rule has been established, we cover how to create a generic family that is placed in plan and is visible in the elevations. Through the use of tags and parameters we coordinate the naming of the grid to assure they match on the plans and elevations in our Revit Architecture projects.
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