Inverse Kinematics simulation in Revit

I never thought this can be hot topic in AU University but it is . Ok let see how we can create inverse kinematic simulation in Revit .

If you had any experience in Autodesk Inventor then maybe you heard about Layout animation or 2d Block animation, you can use this method in Revit for create Inverse Kinematics .

But we don’t have 2d Constraint in Revit Like Inventor ?!?! how we can do this ?!?

All things you need is combine this method with family placement option in Revit and you should not forgot Reference Line in Revit which command then gives you Line with the start and end point and 4 work Plane. Do not forgot you can add some constraint to start and end point of Reference Line.

Inverse Kinematics In Revit Architecture 1In the Next I want show you how you can create Curtain Wall Components Like below Picture.

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In the below Picture i make visibility off for Handle of Kinematics behind of the Panel and you can see how two Reference Plane are managing two Handle.

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The next step is very similar to the normal way for create separate family like the below picture.

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Ok, now you have all components you need for create this assembly but the important thing is about the handle placement, when you want put the handle part you need to active the work plane of Reference Line then you can place Handle Part.

You can follow the procedure from below picture

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Inverse Kinematics In Revit Architecture 15You can download Revit Project file from here

http://s7.picofile.com/file/8259092942/Inverse_Kinematics_In_Revit_Architecture_2016.zip.html

Good Luck

 

 

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2 thoughts on “Inverse Kinematics simulation in Revit

  1. Inventor Constraints can be imported into 3ds Max. Imagine if constraints could also be imported into Revit to help build the kinematic study.

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