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    Structural rebar modelling & families

    Does anyone here have any experience with modelling rebar within revit, or creating & amending rebar families? We are just testing out modelling rebar with revit, and have come across some issues with families and how they are created differently to standard revit families. If anyone has experience with this i would love to see if you could help me out with a few quick queries. Cheers.

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    hello ,
    There are two methods of arming on the revit:
    - Armature in the model 3d
    - Armature 2d
    What do you mean?
    Last edited by BIM ouaheb; July 25th, 2019 at 04:38 PM.

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    I am talking about the actual 3D modelling of rebar - using the revit rebar families and modelling tabs such as area/path reinforcement

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