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How to model a sphere in Revit?

A - answer For the creation of simple 3D geometric solids, it is best to use the in-place mass editor - that is, Massing & Site > Conceptual Mass > In-place Mass.

In the case of a sphere or cylinder, just draw a control circle and then use the Form > Create Form context ribbon to convert it to a cylinder or sphere - you can switch the creation mode using the two somewhat indistinct icons at the bottom of the screen:

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See also:
Tip 9852:How to convert 3D CAD solids to Revit parametric BIM families?
Tip 5337:How to create a sloped wall in Revit?
Tip 4859:Revit walls with varying thickness.


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