Displaced Elements In Revit

[fa icon="calendar"] April 06, 2018 / by Patrick Hill

Welcome to this week's Four Minute Friday! Today, we will be talking about displaced elements in Revit. 

Displaced elements in Revit allow you to create exploded views of your design. You can use these displaced elements to better explain the process of construction, or to show elements of design that might otherwise be hidden or unclear. The displaced sets are specific to a view, so you can create presentation views that do not interfere with your documentation views.

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Patrick Hill

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