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okay hi there mr van kepler and we're going to look at rabbit 2022 we've had some issues as you know figuring out where different furniture components and things like that are and we've did that download so i want to show you how to replace those when you're working with rabbit 2022 so here i've drawn a room that's 20 foot wide by 16 foot if you click here you can see this is 16 foot if you click here 20 foot and you can always get in here and edit those so i want you to do just design a bedroom while you're watching this video you can use your own you don't have to use the same exact windows and beds that i choose and as far as different forms of storage like dressers but i do want to show you where to find those so we've drawn the room it's 16 foot about 20 foot and then when you want to place things let's say we want to place some windows so if you hit window load family okay over here on the left you're gonna double click on your imperial library scroll down and you'll see windows double click that and if you just click on one and start using the down arrow you can see a variety okay see they have some bay windows that's new for when we draw a full full-on house we'll use that later i'm gonna use scroll down here fix window and it should be a double one there's also some round ones so if you want a little bit different or an octagon i'm just gonna use a fixed window double home okay so i'm gonna hit open it shows you a variety of sizes the most common one i'm just going to use a 36 by 36 three foot by three foot and when you go to place windows it'll tell you where on the wall you are so this is a 16 foot wide wall if i have it dead center there's eight foot on each side from the center of that window and you can see how that changes as i move it okay so i'm gonna put them on the side about four inches off i'm gonna do the same thing on this side notice how this one went in so i got to pull it back a little bit to where the windows flush with that outside wall okay and let's put one more here right in the middle okay and if you want to zoom in you can use that trackball it lets you zoom in it's really useful when you're placing stuff and to get off of the windows just right click and hit cancel so now i want to load some furniture in here so component load family double click on imperial library again it's alphabetized fine furniture and then uh beds they don't have a bunch they have a bunk bed hospital bed shaker is one i use a lot and then there's a standard one and then there's also a crib that's new so i'm gonna use a shaker bed i wouldn't want my bed between the two windows probably i'm gonna put it on this side i didn't load that you can see it's put it in over here now and there's a double bed a king bed a queen bed a twin i'm gonna pick a key okay and just place that when i'm done with it right click cancel if you want to move the bed you can click on it hit the space bar it's going to flip it 90 degrees every time you hit that space bar okay and then after you place it you can just click on it and then you're allowed to move it okay there's a bed if you go to component the good thing one the ones that i've already loaded they're going to pop up here if you remember when you first used it all you had was a desk so let's go get off there anytime you accidentally place something click it and just hit delete let's go to component load family imperial library furniture and then under storage you're going to have your cabinets and all that so i want a dresser and i've got to change it over here now so here's my dresser and then you can place that
Thanks for your comment Akiko Gossi, have a nice day.
- Garfield Lefaver, Staff Member
we're placing families in revit the first thing that we need to do is to navigate to the floor plan in which we're going to be placing those so in this case let's start off from a level 2 so I'm just going to go here to the project browser I find the level 2 in the floor plans and just double click that will open up the level 2 floor plan I'm just going to zoom in and now let's start placing families now to place families you're going to be using mostly the component tool now the component tool is located here on the architecture tab on the build panel now it does have this drop menu option but don't worry about that for now we can just click here on top and that will open up the place a component tool okay so for placing families in Revit here as you can see we have this big sofa and we can change actually the family or the furniture that you are placing here in the properties panel so if I just open up the drop menu here we have all of the families that are loaded in or all of the furniture in this case and now if I scroll down over here you're going to notice that we don't really have much when it comes to while supplying our bedrooms with all of the necessary furniture so if the appropriate families haven't been loaded then you have to load them in and for that we have to navigate here to the modify tab find the mode panel and just click on load family so I'm just going to click there and that will open up the u.s. metric family library now if you're using the imperial system you can just step back one folder by clicking on this button here and then you can open up either the US metric or the US imperial in this case I'm just going to stick with the US metric now because we're adding furniture two bedrooms it makes sense to go straight here into furniture and then find beds and then here let's see what do we have on offer so when you want to take a look at the families that you have over here the best option is to select the first one as it did so just click once and then you can use the arrow keys to toggle through selection so you can see what does each of these look like here in this little preview window now I'm just going to go with the standard bed so while this is highlighted I'm just going to click open and there we go as you can see now this has been loaded into the project now when placing families what you can do is just hit the space key and that will rotate the family I want to place one bed over here just like that one bed over here maybe like that and I want to have one here in the master bedroom now for the master bedroom I want to use a larger bed now if I go here to the properties panel and open up the drop menu you will notice that this particular bed has a few options so we have a twin a double a queen and a king so let's go with D king-size bed I'm just going to hit the space key again to rotate that around and we can now place it so let's just place it over there there we go looks perfect now I'm just going to hit the escape key a couple of times to exit out of that okay now it's time to add a few more families so for example let's add a desk over here this let's say this is a children's room and it makes sense to add a desk there now luckily when you open up a the architectural template in Revit you are going to get a desk loaded in it's pretty much the only furniture family so you can go just here to component open up the drop menu in the properties panel and here we have that M desk now let's go with the student one I'm just going to rotate it around once by hitting the space key and then I'm going to place it here alongside this wall now you will notice when you come close to a wall it will highlight in blue that means that it will basically glue this glue this table or desk to that wall and that's okay we want to place it against that wall okay so once we have those two in place let's just hit the Escape key to exit out of that at any point you can select these families you can move them around either with your cursor now let me just go back or you can select them and just nagy them in place by using the arrows so here I want to move it a bit closer to the window so I'm just using the up arrow to move that around okay so now we do have to add some sort of a chair here so I'm just going to go and the load in a chair family now for loading in families you don't have to go to the component tool you can actually load them in separately by going here to insert and then go to load family it's just a different way of approaching this so I'm just going to go back one level here and then find seating and then let's see we have this desk chair that sounds good and it does look good it's it's appropriate so let's just hit open and place it now in order to place it we do have to go back to the architecture tab and a start D component tool again and now you will see that we have a chair I'm just going to get the space key to rotate that around place one here and then let's place one here as well I'm just going to hit the Escape key a couple of times to exit out of that okay let's see what else can we add over here so for example here we have this master bathroom we have another one here so we it does make sense to add all of the plumbing fixtures now to load those in again you can go here to the component tool go to load family and let's go back one step now this is still the furniture folder and in this case the furniture folder does not hold all of the all of the families for plumbing you have to go back one folder find the plumbing folder so here we go let's go to architecture let's go to fixtures and then here we can choose from these so for example let's add the water closet that's probably the first thing to add and then I'm just going to go with the domestic 3d bond just in order to if I want to make some 3d renderings it makes sense to use the 3d version let's just hit open and now let's place it again you will be using the space key to orbit around and let's place one here and let's perhaps add one more over here there we go hit the Escape key a couple of times to exit out of that moving on let's add a bathtub so for that let's go here to component go to load family and then let's go back one folder and choose bathtubs now here we have this let's see this freestanding 3d bathtub I really like the look but when I hit open and if I want to place it here let's get this basically again you will see that it's quite small we have room for a larger one but if I go here to the properties panel and open up the drop menu we don't really have the option to choose a larger one so what I'm going to be doing is just modifying this family really quickly so you can do that by going here into edit type now not all families will have this option but if if they do you can change the dimensions of the family over here now before changing the dimensions it makes sense to duplicate the type by clicking here to duplicate and because we don't want to add perhaps the precise measurements what we can do is just call this one let's call this one a tub there we go I think this is enough it okay next let's change the length instead of
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- Garfield Lefaver
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