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Building parametric families the Autodesk way!

Having trouble getting your downloaded or self
created component family to show up correctly in views, are they making file sizes large, or not being able to be scheduled with other similar families?

In this meeting we will cover building
parametric families that work naturally within the model, are small in size but carry a great deal of metadata, and most importantly work they way Autodesk intended for them to work and why.  Building a Type Catalog to drive model parameters and types will also be part of the meeting.

Michael Warren will be presenting Building parametric families the Autodesk way, using a door family and an as yet to be determined plumbing family.

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