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1 Chapter 1 Working with Detail Components and Managing DetailsChapter1: In this chapter, you learn how to use a combination of sketch lines, imported CAD drawings, and predrawn 2D details to create 2D detail components for your designs. You also learn how to use 2D detail components from the Revit Structure libraries and create and load custom detail components. Objectives After completing this chapter, you will be able to: Create a 2D detail component. Create, edit, and save detail component groups. Manage a library of typical structural details. 1

2 Lesson: Creating a 2D Detail Component Overview This lesson describes how to create a 2D detail component. Construction details are an important part of a design project. Details are specific manufacturing, construction, or placement instructions that add the necessary information to designs to make them complete. In Revit Structure, you can create details using views of the model, which will update as the design develops. You can also create details in drafting views that do not show the model. In either case, you can use a combination of sketch lines, imported CAD drawings, and predrawn 2D detail components. You can use 2D detail components from the Revit Structure libraries or create and load custom detail components. Depending on the project requirements, you can also duplicate 2D detail components to create repeating details. The Repeating Detail tool on the Drafting tab provides a quick way to array detail components. This tool enables you to fill in a repeating detail that can be controlled parametrically. The following illustration shows a 2D Concrete Masonry Unit (CMU) detail component repeated in a project. 2D CMU detail component Objectives After completing this lesson, you will be able to: Describe 2D detail components. Describe the process of creating 2D detail components. List the guidelines for creating 2D detail components. Create a 2D detail component. 2 Chapter 1: Working with Detail Components and Managing Details

3 About 2D Detail Components 2D detail components are detail views (large-scale sections or elevations) that are added to display information that you have not modeled. The following illustration shows a 2D detail component stirrup longitudinal reinforcing bar added to the section view of a concrete beam. Stirrup longitudinal reinforcing bar Concrete beam Definition of 2D Detail Components A detail component is a standard family that is view specific. For example, if you create a 2D detail component of a welded wire fabric and use it in a repeating detail on section view of a beam, these details are not displayed in any other views, such as elevations. You can create 2D detail components by using the predefined templates provided in the Revit Structure content library. The templates are organized according to the Construction Standards Institute (CSI) divisions as shown. These divisions create and manage classification categories and standards that architects and structural engineers use. Lesson: Creating a 2D Detail Component 3

4 If the predefined 2D detail component templates in the content library do not meet your requirement, you can create custom detail components using the Detail Component.rft template file, a standalone template file. This file is available in the Templates\Imperial (Metric) folder. After creating a 2D detail component, you can create repeating patterns of the detail component along a path in the detail or drafting views in a project. You can create repeating patterns by using the Repeating Detail command. Example of 2D Detail Components The following illustration shows a 2D welding wire fabric detail component repeated in a beam. 2D welded wire fabric detail component Section view of concrete and metal deck floor Repeating detail of the 2D welded wire fabric detail component 4 Chapter 1: Working with Detail Components and Managing Details

5 Process of Creating a 2D Detail Component To create a 2D detail component, you select a family template and create the 2D detail component as a family file. You then save the detail component in a separate folder and load it into the project. Process: Creating a 2D Detail Component The process of creating a 2D detail component is shown in the following illustration. The following steps describe the process of creating a 2D detail component. 1. Select a family template. Select a family template from within the project to create a detail component. 2. Create the detail component. Create the detail component. 3. Save the detail component. Save the detail component in a separate folder so that you can modify the detail component later, if required. 4. Load the detail component. Load the detail component into the project. If required, use the detail component to create a repeating detail. Lesson: Creating a 2D Detail Component 5

6 Guidelines for Creating a 2D Detail Component It is recommended that you follow certain guidelines while creating 2D detail components and detail components. Guidelines Create content folders to save all customized detail component files separately from the existing content folder. This simplifies content management as you can segregate predefined content from custom content. Save detail components in separate files before you load the components into other projects. When you save a component separately, you can modify the component file as required. The modifications are automatically updated in all projects that use the component. Use Transfer Project Standards to transfer the repeating detail standard families from one project or template file to another. Using Transfer Project Standards is a quick way to copy families from one project to another because you do not create instances of a family. However, you add definitions to a family to reuse it in other projects. For example, if after creating a family you want it to appear in all projects, you can add it to the project template and then copy it across projects. Example The following example shows the Transfer Project Standards command that is used to copy the repeating details family from a previous project to a new project. 6 Chapter 1: Working with Detail Components and Managing Details

7 Exercise: Create a 2D Detail Component In this exercise, you create a 2D detail component of a section of welded wire fabric. You then create a repeating detail using the component to add welded wire fabric to detail views. You need to add welded wire fabric to a concrete slab section. To do this, you create a 2D welded wire detail component. You save the detail component as a separate file so that it is available as a standard family for use in other projects. Next, you load the detail component family into a project. Finally, you create a repeating detail using the new detail component to add the repeating patterns of the welded wire to the sections and detail views. You do the following: Create a 2D detail component of welded wire fabric. Create the repeating detail. Create a 2D Detail Component of Welded Wire Fabric 1. Launch Revit Structure and click File menu > New > Family. 2. In the New dialog box: Navigate to the Imperial (Metric) Templates folder. Select Detail Component.rft (Metric Detail Component.rft) to open the 2D detail component template. Click Open. 3. Click File menu > Save As. 4. In the Save As dialog box: Navigate to the desktop to save the file. For File Name, enter i_welded wire fabric.rfa (m_welded wire fabric.rfa). Click Save. 5. On the Design Bar, Family tab, click Lines to sketch the lines of the welded wire detail component. 6. On the Options Bar, ensure that the Chain check box is cleared. Zoom in to the intersection of the vertical and horizontal reference planes, and sketch two diagonal lines of 0' 1" (25 mm) in the form of an X. The completed exercise Completing the Exercise To complete the exercise, follow the steps in this book or in the onscreen exercise. In the onscreen list of chapters and exercises, click Chapter 1: Working with Detail Components and Managing Details. Click Exercise: Create a 2D Detail Component. TIP: First, draw two diagonal lines and then edit the dimensions so that they are 1" (25 mm). Use the arrow keys or the Move tool to place the lines at the intersection of the reference planes. 7. On the Design Bar, Family tab, click Lines. Sketch a horizontal line of 0' 5" (125 mm) along the horizontal reference plane. Create the horizontal line at a distance of 0' 0 1/2" (12.5 mm) from the vertical reference plane. On the Design Bar, click Modify. Lesson: Creating a 2D Detail Component 7

8 8. In the Type Properties dialog box, click Duplicate to create a copy of the detail component. TIP: First, draw a horizontal line of 0' 0 1/2" (12.5 mm) from the vertical reference plane. Then, from the end point of this small line, draw the required line of 0' 5" (125 mm). Finally, delete the small line that you had initially drawn. 8. Click File menu > Save to save the new detail component. 9. In the Name dialog box: For Name, enter Welded Wire Fabric as the name of the repeating detail. Create the Repeating Detail 1. Open i_creating_a_repeating detail.rvt or m_creating_a_repeating detail.rvt from the courseware datasets folder. 2. Press CTRL+TAB to toggle to the i_welded wire fabric.rfa or m_welded wire fabric.rfa file. 3. On the Design Bar, Family tab, click Load into Project to load the 2D welded wire fabric detail component. 4. In the Load into Projects dialog box: Select the check box for i_creating_a_repeating detail.rvt or m_creating_a_repeating detail.rvt. Click OK. Notice that the i_creating_a_repeating detail.rvt or m_creating_a_repeating detail.rvt file is now active. You need to create the repeating detail in this file. 5. On the Design Bar, Drafting tab, click More Tools > Repeating Detail to create the repeating detail. NOTE: If you do not find the Drafting tab on the Design Bar, right-click the Design Bar and click Drafting. 6. On the Options bar, click Element Properties. 7. In the Element Properties dialog box, click Edit / New to modify the properties. Click OK. 10. In the Type Properties dialog box, under Type Parameters, select i_welded wire fabric (m_welded wire fabric) from the Detail parameter list. 11. For Spacing parameter, in the Value field, enter 0' 6" (150 mm). 12. Select 90 Counterclockwise from the Detail Rotation parameter list. 13. Click OK to close the Type Properties and the Element Properties dialog boxes. 14. In the view window: Click the left edge of the slab. Move the cursor to the right edge of the slab to sketch the welded wire fabric. Click to end sketching the welded wire fabric. NOTE: You can edit the welded wire fabric detail component family to change the line weights if you want to represent the welded wire fabric with thicker lines. 15. On the Design Bar, Drafting tab, click Modify. 16. Click File menu > Close to close the file without saving any changes. 8 Chapter 1: Working with Detail Components and Managing Details

9 Lesson: Creating and Editing Detail Component Groups Overview This lesson describes how to create, edit, and save detail component groups. With Revit Structure, you can create detail component groups for typical connection or reinforcement configurations used by your firm. Detail component groups save time and improve detail accuracy, as you can insert approved configurations into a given project from a central group library. Detail group of longitudinal reinforcing and circular ties for a concrete column Objectives After completing this lesson, you will be able to: Create and save detail component groups. Edit detail component groups. State the recommended practices for creating and editing detail components. Create and save a detail component group. Lesson: Creating and Editing Detail Component Groups 9

10 Creating and Saving Detail Component Groups An assembly or collection of two or more detail components is called a detail group. You create a detail group by using the Group command on the Edit menu. After you create a detail group, you can to save it to a detail group library so that it is available for use in other projects. You select a detail group for other projects from the detail group library. Detail group of bolts and a steel angle for a standard framed beam connection Procedure: Creating Detail Groups The following steps describe how to create detail groups. 1. In the view window, select the detail components that you want to include in a particular group. 2. Click Edit menu > Group. NOTE: The Create Detail Group dialog box appears with a default name. 3. In the Create Detail Group dialog box: Type a new name for the group. Leave the Open in Group Editor box unchecked. Click OK to close the dialog box. NOTE: The new group appears in the Detail level of the Groups tree in the Project Browser. 10 Chapter 1: Working with Detail Components and Managing Details

11 Procedure: Saving Detail Groups to a Library The following steps describe how to save the detail groups you create. 1. Click File menu > Save to Library > Save Group. 2. In the Save Groups dialog box, navigate to the folder where you saved the courseware datasets. 3. For File Name, enter the name of the group if you do not want it to be Same as Group Name. 4. Click Save. Editing Detail Component Groups At times, you might want to add components to or remove them from a detail group. For example, you have added two detail components in the form of high-strength bolts to a structural steel connection. If you place the two detail components in a group, you can remove either or both of the two bolts using the Edit Group option. After a detail group is created, it behaves as one unit and any changes made to this group propagate to all instances of that group type in the current project. If a change to a particular group is meant to be a change for future projects as well, remember to save to Library. Procedure: Editing Detail Component Groups The following steps describe how to edit detail component groups: 1. On the Options Bar, select a detail group to edit. The Edit Detail Group mode is activated, the selected detail group is highlighted, and the rest of the content in the active view is unavailable for editing. 2. Click Edit Group. 3. On the Detail Group toolbar: Click Add To Group to add components. Click Remove From Group to remove components. 4. Select the component to add or remove. 5. On the toolbar, click Finish. Lesson: Creating and Editing Detail Component Groups 11

12 Guidelines for Creating and Editing Detail Component Groups The following recommended best practices help you work effectively while creating and editing detail component groups. Establish a central library with a sensible naming and organizational system so that detail components and groups can be easily found and accessed by all of the designers and detailers. Create detail component groups for any and all repetitive typical detail conditions and save to the central library for re-use in other projects. When creating a new detail group using existing detail components, make sure to build the new group from a copy. Creating a new group from components that may be constrained to other content in the model may cause undesired behavior in the newly created group. You can shift the origin of a detail group by selecting an instance of a placed group and dragging the green x-y axis to the new position. This alters the origin of existing and subsequent instances of the group. 12 Chapter 1: Working with Detail Components and Managing Details

13 Exercise: Create and Save a Detail Component Group In this exercise, you group detail components and save the detail group for use in other projects. You create a typical 2D reinforcing detail component for a beam component family to build your library of possible reinforcement configurations. The beam component family already contains one reinforcing detail component. You want to group these typical concrete reinforcing detail components into one group so that they can be used in future projects. You do the following: Create a new detail component. Save a detail component group. The completed exercise Completing the Exercise To complete the exercise, follow the steps in this book or in the onscreen exercise. In the onscreen list of chapters and exercises, click Chapter 1: Working with Detail Components and Managing Details. Click Exercise: Create and Save a Detail Component Group. Create a New Detail Component 1. Open i_grouping_detail_component_groups.rvt or m_ grouping_detail_component_groups.rvt. The Section 4 view is active. 2. On the Design Bar, Drafting tab, click Detail Component. 3. Select i_stirrup_tie or m_stirrup_tie from the Type Selector list. 4. In the view window: Move the cursor over the drawing area. Place the Stirrup Tie just above the concrete beam as shown. On the Design Bar, Drafting tab, click Modify. 5. Select the Stirrup Bar, and on the Tools toolbar, click Align. 6. In the view window: Align the edges of the Stirrup Tie with the left, right, and top edges of the existing beam stirrup, locking each alignment as you go. Lesson: Creating and Editing Detail Component Groups 13

14 7. On the Design Bar, click Modify. 8. In the view window, CTRL+select all the detail components. 13. Copy the detail component to a location above the beam. 9. On the Options Bar, click Filter Selection. 10. In the Filter dialog box: Clear all the check boxes except the Detail Items check box. NOTE: A copy of the components has been created because the original components have been constrained to the concrete beam. Trying to create a grouping of the constrained components can create undesirable results. Save a Detail Component Group 1. On the Edit toolbar, click Group. Click OK. NOTE: The graphic now displays just the reinforcing items in red. 11. On the Edit toolbar, click Copy. 12. Select the top edge of the beam stirrup for a start point. 2. In the Create Detail Group dialog box: Accept the default name of Group 1 and leave the Open in Group Editor box unchecked. Click OK. 14 Chapter 1: Working with Detail Components and Managing Details

15 3. In the view window, notice that a dashed line is displayed around the grouped components. 9. In the Save Group dialog box: Navigate to the folder where you saved the courseware datasets. Click Save. 4. On the Options Bar, click Element Properties. 5. In the Element Properties dialog box, click Edit / New. 6. In the Type Properties dialog box, click Rename. 7. In the Rename dialog box: For New, enter Concrete Beam 20 X 24 Reinforcing or (Concrete Beam 508 X 610 Reinforcing). Click OK to close all three dialog boxes. 8. Click File menu > Save to Library > Save Group. NOTE: You now have a group of reinforcing steel components that you can load into other projects by selecting Load from Library. You can also copy this group to other sections and details within the current project. 10. Close all files without saving. Lesson: Creating and Editing Detail Component Groups 15

16 Lesson: Managing a Library of Typical Details Overview This lesson describes how to manage a library of typical structural details. Most structural engineering firms develop and maintain libraries of typical details in various formats. These typical details are reusable across multiple projects. By effectively managing this library of typical details, you can use them efficiently in Revit Structure. You can save typical details to libraries and insert these details into projects wherever they are needed. Directory of typical details organized on the basis of materials and structural systems Objectives After completing this lesson, you will be able to: Describe libraries of typical details. Identify the steps in the process of managing a library of typical details. State the recommended practices for managing a library of typical details. Manage a library of typical details. 16 Chapter 1: Working with Detail Components and Managing Details

17 About Libraries of Typical Details A library of typical details enables you to retrieve typical details that are commonly used from project to project. Your organization may develop and maintain a large number of typical details. Therefore, it is important to organize these details in a logical order so that you can retrieve and use them in your projects. To organize the typical details, you create a folder structure on the server of your organization to function as a library. Definition of a Library of Typical Details Libraries of typical details are generally 2D drafting views that are not directly associated with the structural model. You can save these drafting views to folders on a server and use them in other projects. The folders that contain the typical details are collectively referred to as the Library of Details. Example of a Library of Typical Details The following illustration shows a library of typical details organized by materials and structural systems. Lesson: Managing a Library of Typical Details 17

18 Process of Managing a Library of Typical Details Depending on your project requirements, you can organize a library of typical details by categories such as materials and structural systems. Process: Managing a Library of Typical Details The process of managing a library of typical details is shown in the following illustration. The following steps describe how to manage a library of typical details. 1. Create directories and subdirectories. Create directories and subdirectories as required in Windows Explorer to group the details by materials, structural systems, or any other category to suit your needs. 2. Create drafting views. Create drafting views in Revit Structure that contain 2D typical details. Include multiple details in the same drafting view that are related to each other. 3. Save the drafting views. Save the drafting views to the desired location. 4. Insert drafting view into project. Insert the drafting view into your project. You can access the drafting view from the library of typical details. Guidelines for Managing a Library of Typical Details It is recommended to follow certain guidelines while managing a library of typical details. By following these guidelines, you can minimize the number of views to work with and make the details easily available. When creating drafting views for typical details, include all details that pertain to a particular system or material in the same drafting view. This reduces the number of views to work with and makes it easier to save and insert the views. Create the library of typical details on the server of your organization so that the details are readily available to all users. Make the Revit files containing the typical detail drafting views write-protected. This protects the files from intentional or accidental changes. Save the typical detail drafting views to your library of typical details. This eliminates the need to include these drafting views in your project template file and reduces the size of your project template file. You can load these views into your project, whenever required. 18 Chapter 1: Working with Detail Components and Managing Details

19 Exercise: Manage a Library of Typical Details In this exercise, you create a directory structure that you can use to manage your library of typical details. You have an extensive library of typical details. You need to organize the library so that you can access the details and use them in your Revit projects. The completed exercise Completing the Exercise To complete the exercise, follow the steps in this book or in the onscreen exercise. In the onscreen list of chapters and exercises, click Chapter 1: Working with Detail Components and Managing Details. Click Exercise: Manage a Library of Typical Details. 1. On the desktop, create a new folder. For folder name, enter Typical Details. 2. In the Typical Details folder, create the following subfolders: Foundation Details Slab-On-Grade Details Concrete Details Masonry Details Metal Details Rough Carpentry Details NOTE: These subfolders are named to organize the typical details by materials and structural systems and are just an example of names you can use. 3. Open c_managing_a_library_of_typical_details.rvt. The file opens to the Slab on Grade Details Drafting View plan. 4. In the Project Browser, under Drafting Views (Detail), right-click Slab-On-Grade Details and click Save to New File. 5. In the Save As dialog box: Navigate to the Typical Details > Foundation Details folder. Click Save to save the drafting view to your library of typical details. NOTE: You can insert typical detail drafting views by clicking File menu > Insert from File > Views. 6. Close all files without saving changes. Lesson: Managing a Library of Typical Details 19

20 Chapter Summary In this chapter, you learned how to create a 2D detail component and detail element groups. You also learned about editing the detail components and loading them for the libraries. Having completed this chapter, you can: Create a 2D detail component. Create, edit, and save detail component groups. Manage a library of typical structural details. 20 Chapter 1: Working with Detail Components and Managing Details

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