Your question: How do I select curtains in Revit?

How do you edit a curtain wall family in Revit?

Reshape a Curtain Wall Panel

  1. Select a curtain wall panel and click Modify | Curtain Panels tab Model panel Edit In-Place. …
  2. Select the panel.
  3. To edit the shape of the panel, click Modify | Glass tab Mode panel Edit Extrusion.
  4. In sketch mode, reshape the panel as desired. …
  5. Click Finish Edit Mode.

How do you change curtain wall mullions in Revit?

Add Mullions to a Curtain System

  1. Click Architecture tab Build panel (Mullion).
  2. Highlight the grid line to which to add the mullions, and click to select it. Tip: Hold Shift to place a mullion only on the selected segment. Or hold Ctrl to place mullions on all open grid segments.

How do you use curtains?

Use a curtain system type with a curtain grid layout.



Create a Curtain System from a Mass

  1. Click an unselected face to add it to the selection. …
  2. To clear the selection and start over, click Modify | Place Curtain System by Face tab Multiple Selection panel (Clear Selection).

How do I change the curtain grid in Revit?

Adjust Curtain Grids in a Curtain System

  1. In a view, select the grid system.
  2. On the Properties palette, click Edit Type.
  3. Adjust the values for Layout, Spacing, and other parameters to achieve the desired layout. See Type-Driven Curtain Element Layout Type Properties.
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How do I put curtain wall materials in Revit?

1. You can go to the project browser, look for the curtain panel type, duplicate it and change the material for the new type. Then go back to the model, select the panels you want to change material, unpin them and change the new panel type.

Where is the curtain wall in Revit?

Click (Wall: Architectural). Where is it? Select a curtain wall type from the Type Selector drop-down. To create a wall with automatic horizontal and vertical curtain grids, specify the Vertical and Horizontal Layout properties for the wall type.

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