Dry Tree

Dry Tree
  • Version RVT 2009
  • File Size 612.00 KB
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A "dry tree" Revit family typically refers to a 3D model of a tree that has lost its leaves or foliage, giving it a bare and barren appearance. This type of Revit family can be useful in architectural and landscaping projects where a depiction of seasonal changes or specific environmental conditions is required.  Unlike a typical tree family, a dry tree family includes no leaves or foliage. The absence of greenery is a defining characteristic. Parameters can be set up to allow users to adjust the overall height of the tree.

The family includes AutoCAD imported tree.

When creating a dry tree Revit family, it's crucial to balance realism with model complexity, keeping in mind your specific project's requirements and the software's capabilities. Additionally, incorporating parametric features allows for greater flexibility and adaptability in different design scenarios.