Auto-joining floors and walls

[Similar problem in Dynamo has been presented in another post] When modelling, Revit automatically joins geometries of intersecting walls – making drafting process a lot faster. It does not happen however for wall and floor pairs. Which results in some extra work while creating sections and can cause errors in schedules. Fortunately it can be […]

No coding automation

Today I want to talk a bit about, in my opinion, the easiest form of Revit automation – no code, no dynamo. You could even say the word “automation” is exaggerated, as we will be focusing on built-in, standard Revit schedules.Usually they are used to extract and show data from the model. However one should […]

Finding mirrored elements

Sometimes it is essential in Revit to make sure that no instances of specific families are mirrored in our model. For instance when their direction is recognized in a schedule (eg. door handling). Below I want to show an example of a macro locating every door object in the model that has been mirrored – […]

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