ATG Webinar: Revit Family Creation- Lookup Tables

Join ATG for this exciting webinar, along with the newest member of the ATG family, CAD Technology Center, to learn about: When working in Revit, Type Catalogs and basic formulas aren’t always enough. Sometimes we need the ability to look at a user driven value, and then derive a value based on a table of values. Sometimes this table is given to us from a manufacturer. Other times, this may be a collection of design criteria we want consumed by a family. Regardless of our reasons, lookup tables can be the answer to our formula issues. This session will outline the requirements for building a Revit lookup table, and demonstrate the process for authoring formulas that refer to the generated table. Learning Objectives: • Understanding Instance Parameter Controls • Generating Custom Lookup Tables • Developing Lookup Table Formulas • Execute Quality Family Testing   When: Thursday, November 29 at 1 PM CST Sign up here: https://atgusa.zoom.us/meeting/register/de3a6801bdca040ad746f627e8486654
Applied Technology Group is a Platinum Autodesk Business Partner. Founded in North Little Rock, Ark., in 1992 as a local computer services company, ATG has grown to become a leading design technology partner with the purpose of assisting customers in maximizing the value and adoption of advanced technologies so they can perform competitively in the AEC sector. ATG collaborates with customers across the Gulf South, Midwest and Southwest through partnerships with 3DR, Autodesk, Leica, Microsoft and Panzura. Learn more about our company at www.atgusa.com.

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