How do you create a swept blend in Revit?

How do I create a sweep in Revit 2019?

Create a Sweep

  1. In the Family Editor, on the Create tab Forms panel, do one of the following. …
  2. Specify the sweep path: …
  3. On the Mode panel, click (Finish Edit Mode).
  4. Load or sketch a profile. …
  5. On the Properties palette, specify the sweep properties. …
  6. On the Mode panel, click (Finish Edit Mode).

How do you blend in Revit?

To create a blend, select the blend command. You are placed in the Sketch mode. Select a tool from the Draw menu to draw a closed-loop sketch for the base of the blend. Once the base sketch is complete, click Edit Top on the Mode panel of the contextual tab.

Can you do sweeps in Revit LT?

Revit LT preselects the wall sweep location on each adjacent wall. If you are in a 3D view, you can add a wall sweep to all exterior walls by using the ViewCube to rotate the view. … To finish placing wall sweeps, click Modify.

How do you do a void sweep in Revit?

To create a void sweep, click Void Forms drop-down (Void Sweep).



  1. Click Modify | Sweep tab Sweep panel, and select a profile from the Profile list. …
  2. On the Options Bar, use the X, Y, Angle, and Flip options to adjust the position of the profile. …
  3. Click Apply.
  4. Select the path, and in a 3D view, zoom in to see the profile.
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How do you make a sweep blend?

Create a Swept Blend Form

  1. Draw a line to form a path.
  2. Click Create tab Draw panel (Point Element) and place reference points for the swept blend profiles along the path.
  3. Select a reference point and draw a closed profile on its work plane.
  4. Draw profiles for the remaining reference points.
  5. Select the path and profiles.

How do you add a sweep to a wall in Revit?

Click Modify | Place Wall Sweep Placement panel, and select the orientation of the wall sweep: Horizontal or Vertical. Place the cursor over the wall to highlight the wall sweep location. Click to place the wall sweep. Add the wall sweep to adjacent walls, if needed.

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