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These templates (template family rft) will allow you to create Revit system families using RFA families. The advantage is to no longer model insitu. To have parametric objects with levels and many other properties that insitu objects do not have. Place the templates in "C: \ ProgramData \ Autodesk \ RVT 2020 \ Family Templates". Test them out and if you have any questions, don't hesitate.

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Bravo Frédérique and thank you for sharing!

Jallal A.
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Well done next step labeling these items by category of Families?

Fred GAILLARD
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I allow myself to add the way of producing them, which is as follows:
1. Model any geometry in Insitu by specifying the category (eg walls)
2. Select the wall by grouping it
3. Before validating the Insitu go to ...

I allow myself to add the way of producing them, which is as follows:
1. Model any geometry in Insitu by specifying the category (eg walls)
2. Select the wall by grouping it
3. Before validating the Insitu go to Save as> library> Group> Save insitu Walls as * rfa Walls
4. Go to the * rfa file and change it to * rft .... ettt hooop
Everything happens from the Insitu, but if we want to do the same for the networks, which do not exist in the list of categories of the Insitu 'how to do !?
Again there is always a way around operations on Revit. The trick is as follows:
1. Model a cable tray network, for example
2. Export it to ifc
3. Import the ifc back into Revit
4. Select the cable path in ifc and you will find it in Insitu Bingooo and repeat what was said at the very beginning and we will even have * rft networks ....

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Samir Messaoud
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Hello,
do you have it in REVIT 2018 version?
Thank you

lotfi moul
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No Unfortunately. I am sorry

Bidault Frédéric
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Hello,
If I understood correctly, with this tool I could create a wall family and not just duplicate a basic wall.
So I could also apply parameters which will be calculated automatically?
In fact, I would like for example a ...

Hello,
If I understood correctly, with this tool I could create a wall family and not just duplicate a basic wall.
So I could also apply parameters which will be calculated automatically?
In fact, I would like for example a BA13 Cloison family, which would give me details of the necessary supplies (a number of plates, rails, uprights, ...) according to the dimensions and which I can decline in versions single or double facing, single or double upright, center distance 400, 450, 600, 900, ...
Is it possible?
If so, help on how to do this would be welcome.

Thank you in advance,

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Florian JOUVEL
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Yes it's possible.
You need to create the plates, rails, uprights and other objects in separate families and then nest them in the wall family. Finally, create networks with these rails, which will give you quantitative and their ...

Yes it's possible.
You need to create the plates, rails, uprights and other objects in separate families and then nest them in the wall family. Finally, create networks with these rails, which will give you quantitative and assign them visibility parameters.
On the other hand, avoid wanting to do everything with the same family. Good luck and all possible success.
Frederic

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Bidault Frédéric
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Okay
Thank you very much for the advice

Florian JOUVEL
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