This Revit Architecture 2009 video tutorial covers how to use conditional statement when scheduling curtain panels. The techniques put forward in this intermediate Revit tutorial are done in an effort to avoid making different families for one curtain system. By using techniques like these, one can manage variable parts within one Revit Family while making it easier ti manage a schedule. This video is part of a series David Fano is working on, in which he hopes to show ways Revit can be used for quantity take off (going back to my days as an estimator, this is so much easier). Start by learning how to use schedule curtain panels using conditional statements in Revit Architecture.
-Scheduling shared parameters
-Calculated Values in Schedules
-Scheduling with conditional statements
-Using Parameters to Identify Family Type
Here is a link to the Revit source files on the forum:
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