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Revit_Tutorial__3a - Revit Tutorial#3 Plumbing Fixtures...

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Revit Tutorial #3 Plumbing Fixtures, Ceilings, Stairs, Extruded elements, Site elements Editing & placing plumbing fixtures Inserting Stairs Implementing suspended ceilings Building extruded elements Placing site elements
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Editing & placing plumbing fixtures
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in the Home tab, on the Main Level , click on Component then select Place a Component .
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The tab will then change to Modify . Go over to Load Family and in the new window select Plumbing Fixtures double click and then select Toilet Domestic 3D.
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Place the toilet in the vicinity of where it is to be located. As the toilet is placed, directional arrows will appear. Click on either of the two sets to orient the toilet In the Modify tab using the rotate button to rotate it correctly, then drag it into place. The toilet only flips one direction so you will most likely need to use the Modify commands anyway.
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There is a short wall partition separating the toilet from the rest of the women’s room. To install this wall, go first to Home then go to Walls Walls Basic Walls Basic Wall : Interior 4 7/8” partition. In the Properties Menu make the Top Constraint Unconnected and set it to be at 7’ - 0”. This will be a shorter wall allowing for circulation in the room. 7’ - 0”
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Insert the new wall as is shown in the slide. Add a new dimension to the new wall between the two walls. From Modify , select the new wall then select the dimension and change it to 4’ - 6”.
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From the Home tab, Select Door . Pan down the Properties Browser and select Single Flush 36’x80”. Press Edit Type then Duplicate . Rename the door to a 3060 Partition Door , change the door size properties to be a 3’ - 0” wide and 7’ - 0” high door, click OK. Insert the new door ensuring that it swings out and against the wall as per ADA requirements.
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From the Home tab, go to Components Place a Component then click on Load Family . Go to Plumbing Fixtures double click then select the Urinal Wall 3D , Open the file.
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Place the Urinal about 3’ - 6” from the center of the new wall. Revit will show these dimensions for you.
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Repeat the same process for the toilet. From the Home tab click on Component-Place a Component . Then click the Load Family icon again. Go to Plumbing Fixtures , then select the Toilet Domestic 3D . The toilet will require some adjustments for placement, go to the Modify tab and click on Rotate . Rotate the toilet 180 degrees. Position the toilet to center in the wall.
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