Revit Modeling Modeling with the updated Bevel Profile

And we could, for example, choose a concave shape or a convex shape. Hand in hand with that, we can control the Beveled Depth or the thickness. If we want, we can have an asymmetrical depth and width. In other words, control each one of those separately. Enable the width parameter with that checkbox. And now, we can say we want it to have a different width than depth. In this case, I’m going to have a symmetrical width and depth. I’ll just turn that checkbox back off again. The Bevel Push parameter is usually left at one, and that’s going to change the shape of that curve. Give you some distortion there. It doesn’t work with all of the presets here. I’m gonna leave it at a value of one. The outline offset allows us to compensate for the expansion of the object due to the depth value here. You might, for example, give it a Bevel Depth of one centimeter, and then an Outline Offset of maybe .5 centimeters. Now, things get really interesting when you go into the Bevel Profile Editor here. Click on the Bevel Profile Editor button. And we get a window opening up, which is a Curve Editor for this area here at the corner. We could choose our presets here

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