Frequent question: How do you create a platform in Revit?

Use the Stair > Components > Create Sketch method and create the platform as a final wide tread. You could use Model-in-Place and create the step and platform in either the Stair or the Floor Category, but neither of those will host a railing and you’ll need handrails eventually.

How do you create a stage in Revit?

Create a Phase

  1. Click Manage tab Phasing panel (Phases). The Phasing dialog opens, displaying the Project Phases tab. …
  2. Click the number box adjacent to a phase. Revit selects the entire phase row. …
  3. Insert a phase. …
  4. If desired, click the Name text box of a phase to rename it. …
  5. Click OK.

Where are kitchen appliances in Revit?

The Appliances that are part of the Revit libraries go into the Specialty Equipment category.

How do you make a floor in Revit?

Create a Floor

  1. Click Architecture tab Build panel Floor drop-down (Floor: Architectural). Where is it?
  2. Draw the floor boundaries, using one of the following methods: Pick walls: By default, Pick Walls is active. …
  3. On the Options Bar, for Offset, specify an offset for the floor edges. …
  4. Click Finish Edit Mode.

What is raised access floor system?

Also called raised flooring, access flooring, or raised access computer flooring, a raised floor is a construction model in which an elevated floor is built above a building’s original concrete slab surface, thereby creating a hidden void between the two floors that is used for the passage of mechanical and electrical …

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What is the default phase in Revit?

By default, Revit Architecture provides two phases: Existing and New Construction. As it stands, everything you’ve placed into your model up to this point has been exclusively related to the New Construction phase.

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