A recap of what are Revit families and how to use them and custom create them.
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In Autodesk Revit, a family is a collection of building components that can be used to create a project. Families can represent a wide range of building elements, such as walls, doors, windows, floors, roofs, ceilings, furniture, and more.
Families are created using the Family Editor, which is a specialized interface within Revit for creating and modifying families. The Family Editor allows you to create the geometry and properties of the family, and to save it as a reusable template for use in multiple projects.
Families can be either system families or user-defined families. System families are included with Revit and are available in every project. They include a wide range of building components, such as walls, doors, windows, floors, roofs, and more. User-defined families are custom families that are created by users and can be specific to a particular project or…