In my experience I have found that there is a vast difference between a well designed and a poorly planned Revit® System. It is well documented that the efficiency of a Revit® System is largely affected by the quality of Revit® families that have been created as well as how this content is then maintained and managed. The discrepancies between a “well-made” or “badly-made” family may seem slight at times but the gold really is in the finer details. The quality of the family created can make ALL the difference to the accuracy, stability, performance and data output achievable from a Revit® System. This is why it is important to create neat and smart Revit® families.

© Copyright Reserved by Michelle Louw (Excerpt from My speaker notes at National Revit Technology Conference 2008.)


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