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What’s up, guys? Allan Cantos here and for the 8th part of this video series, I’ll show you how to create the parametric hexagon head bolt Revit family.
Here is the link to part 1: How to create a parametric channel with anchors https://youtu.be/ieKGfNmyUSc
Here is the link to part 2: How to create a parametric slotted void Revit family https://youtu.be/CFWJKYZQQ6M
Here is the link to part 3: How to create the flat plate with slotted holes Revit family https://youtu.be/nP33rJhYk_Q
Here is the link to part 4: How to create the serrated bottom plate with slotted holes Revit family https://youtu.be/lbaXxKLh8Wg
Here is the link to part 5: How to create the parametric serrated top plate with a circular void Revit Family. https://youtu.be/JG_P_zhtIBU Here is the link to the T-Bolt head profile in the AutoCAD file. https://www.dropbox.com/s/w54uc9quexxbrmg/T-Bolt_Head_Profile.dwg?dl=0
Here is the link to part 6: How to create the parametric T-bolt Revit Family. https://youtu.be/kxj0BrLjLYU
Here is the link to part 7: How to build the parametric Bolt Nut Revit Family. https://youtu.be/yOQdeJM20to
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