I guess one will still have to add or remove treads. The dimensions for all this come straight out of Kone’s specs for this escalator series. This will allow you to adjust it exactly to your requirements. It seem to work OK. But I still can’t get the the rest of the thing to adjust correctly.
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Login to Give a bone. And that is not all the magic functionality of the parametric Steps. It seem to work OK. Do you have the one from the Revit Web Library? But I still can’t get the the rest of the thing to adjust correctly. Results 1 to esvalator of The guards are glass extruded in elevation, and their outline is the picked path for the handrail sweeps.
This is a fantastic escalator! With its fully parametric Run and Landings, it lets you setup any Escalator and Travelator Conveyer with just a couple of Revit escalator family. I made revit escalator family top part of the escalator as defining the insertion point — I’d set the “Face of lower support” ref plane to revti origin-defining rather than the “Face of upper support” ref plane!
I could unfortunately not open it because of a message saying that it was created in a later version of Revit. Escalator Visibility By brian. This will allow you to adjust it exactly to your requirements. Or of course an explanation of how to do it.
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Adjustable escalator with parameters. Does anybody know whether it is possible to create a escalator with parameters, so that one can adjust the height and length, including the handrails by entering, say only the length, thus keeping the slope constant? I guess one will still have to add revit escalator family remove treads. You can set an Angle where the Steps switch automatically to a Conveyer Belt which transforms this amazing optimized Escalatod Family seamless from an Escalator for example with 30 degrees or rrvit degrees to a Travelator Conveyer.
Thanks for sharing Wes. Last edited by Wes Macaulay; at The dimensions for all this come straight out of Kone’s specs for this escalator series. I am glad to see these things fmily possible. Revit escalator family advanced parametric functionality allows you to adjust the Height of Balustrade independently for the Landings as well the Run and you can even adjust the exact start position for each side separate. Either Steps or Conveyer Belt, they adjust automatically in Size and reviy to perfectly fit between the bottom and top landings without any adjustments necessary.
That means the lower landing will be at your cursor when you’re inserting it, not the upper landing. In some respects this family isn’t hard, but I recall some trouble getting the handrails to model out correctly.
I am still new to Revit so some confirmation of whether it is in fact possible or whether I am wasting my time will be great. With two different Bottom based and one Ervit based Revit escalator family Elements you can setup solid Balustrades as well as Glass Balustrades, which are chamfered, expanding the width between clear Step Width and clear Balustrade Width, etc. Its great to see that anything is possible.
I’ll give it a go. The steps are a separate family loaded in and arrayed.
We are currently on Revit 9 I have subsequently found an adjustable version revit escalator family the Revit Web Library, which I am having a look at! Page 1 of 2 1 2 Last Jump to page: The Run can be adjusted from tamily to 45 degrees and the Landings can be setup separate from each other. See the top rated post in this thread. All that remains now is for me to learn how to do it