Revit reception table with parametric timber slat array

£ 1.95

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Deliver more projects on time and at ease with this furniture family. To give you all possible advantages, it is:

  • Ready to use: Imagine hours of your or your employees’ time can now be spent elsewhere!
  • Fully parametric: Flex the number of slats in the array and materials of all parts of this family to your heart’s content!
  • Tried & tested: We BIM Managers and Architects have used it for our humongous projects and couldn’t break it ourselves!
  • Lean & clean: All redundant constraints, construction geometries, and subcategories cleaned up or never existed!

Other benefits:

  • User Instruction included: Complete Revit newbies can simply watch the clip right on top of this page and begin using this family right away!
  • Easily upgradeable: Built in Revit 2014, ready for Revit 2015 and later.
  • Dedicated support: If you somehow manage to break the family, reach us at support@revitboost.com and we’ll be delighted to help.
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Additional information

Revit element category

Furniture. No more tiny massing objects lurking around in your model!

File version

Revit 2014, easily upgradeable to Revit 2015 and later.

File size

708 Kb. Can vary depending on how many units you want to have in the parametric array, but will rarely go over 1 Mb.

Eligible hosts

Any Revit level or face.

Available parameters

– Slat material
– Number of slats
– Counter and cabinet materials
Slat shape can be quickly changed by editing the nested family. Counter’s and cabinets’ geometries are representative so feel free to customise!

Family & type names

Generic, can be renamed to suit your company’s standards

1 review for Revit reception table with parametric timber slat array

  1. Hey there just wanted to give you a quick heads up and let you know a few of the images aren’t loading properly. I’m not sure why but I think its a linking issue. I’ve tried it in two different web browsers and both show the same results.

    • Hi Brian,

      Sorry for the late reply. Many thanks for the heads up!

      All images load fine for me however. Could you please try again to see if it’s fixed at your end?

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