Share revit families?

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Re: Share revit families?

Postby Saw » Fri Oct 08, 2010 8:47 am

Barringtonarch wrote:Hi Guys
Our company just (a couple of weeks ago) launched a sharing site at http://www.bimstop.com - much for the same reason, we were getting frustrated at no place for everybody to easily upload & share.

We have actually started building some families for a couple of UK manufacturers to, which we will upload soon. But would love some suggestions of other manufacturers families you would like to see?


Nice site. Can I ask which UK manufacters your are creating for?

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Re: Share revit families?

Postby Barringtonarch » Thu Nov 25, 2010 11:32 pm

Hi Ian

Sorry about the late reply. Yes that would be great to work in together. Any help or feedback you need/have feel free to drop us a line at info@barringtonarch.com

We are excited about the growth http://www.BIMstop.com is seeing & it's great to have you & your users on board.

Also if anybody out there has any manufacturer requests for Revit families, please send them through to us & we'll do our best to get them built for you.

Thanks

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Re: Share revit families?

Postby James » Wed Feb 09, 2011 1:21 pm

RockDog wrote:Can I ask how you got the plaster to return along the reveal? I've been struggling with a solution for ages.

James wrote:yup, and mostly are not very UK friendly!

here is a SS of a window i made, note all detail is in the family (no lines drawn in plan etc)

i got sick of the reveals not returning to the back of the frame...things like these small details annoy me :lol:


hi

you can do this via a simple edit with all window families, i will do a guide tonight and post in the forum
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