Making a adaptive grid in Revit

Ever wondered how to make a auxiliary grid in Revit? A grid that can be easily adapted? A grid that can host adaptive component elements? I did. In the next video I’ll try to explain you how to apply this principle when modelling the in-fill elements of a design cupboard, and more important in the second part of the video, how to make the adaptive grid family!

Adaptive Grid 1Adaptive Grid 2

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2 thoughts on “Making a adaptive grid in Revit

    • Hi William,

      The adaptive grid is made with the “Generic Model Adaptive” template, which only can be loaded into a project or in a family based on the “Pattern Based”, “Generic Model Adaptive” or “Mass” templates.
      You could consider to draw a vertical and horizontal symbolic line in your titleblock and make a grid using the array function.

      Rgds,

      Dieter

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