Truly 3D Revit People

Rated 3.50 out of 5 based on 2 customer ratings
(3 customer reviews)

£ 1.95

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Deliver more projects on time and at ease with this 3D people 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
  • 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 and we’ll be delighted to help.

Additional information

Revit element category


File version

2014 and later

File size

1.55 Mb

Available parameters

Different material parameters are available at each level of detail.
– At Coarse: Use the "Coare Material" parameter.
– At Medium: Choose the desired RPC appearance via the "Render Appearance" type parameter.
– At Fine: Change the material of the imported 3D person in the family editor.

Family & type names

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

3 reviews for Truly 3D Revit People

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  2. Rated 3 out of 5


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