[VIDEO] How to Load Revit Families into Your Projects
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In the upcoming June 14th installment of the From AutoCAD to Revit webinar series, U.S. CAD Technical Specialist, Daniel McCarthy, will discuss three kinds of Revit families: system families, loadable families, and in-place families. In the short teaser video below, he shows us how easy it is to add a loadable family into a Revit project in both 3D and floorplan view.
Join Daniel on the June 14th webinar to learn other tips and tricks for using Revit families in your projects!
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