Before creating a family, users need to review various considerations like the size of the family, different layouts of the family, the detail that will be needed to be integrated, the requirement of the origin point of the family and much more.
After the completion of the above queries, the user is all set to go ahead and create a family. Autodesk Revit contains three types of families which are detailed below:
- System Families: These families consist of the basic component of any infrastructure like the ceilings, walls, floors. By making amendments to the properties of the original version, the users can make their own duplicate ones.
- In-place Families: The components that comprise these families are one of a kind and are not supposed to be reused in the further projects as their dimensions and properties differ from one project to another one.
- Standard Component Families: These are of a common type of families that are provided in the Autodesk Revit software.