Entry Table

Entry Table
  • Version RVT 2013
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With the generic entry table Revit family, you can efficiently model various entryway tables while maintaining flexibility and consistency in your project.

A generic entry table Revit family is a parametric model of a table specifically designed for entryways. It provides flexibility for use in various project types without needing to create a new family for each instance. Here's a breakdown of its typical characteristics:

Rectangular tabletop with fix dimensions
Straight legs.

Optional elements:
Lower shelf for additional storage).

Material: Lets you assign a material to the entire table or different materials for legs, top, and shelf.

Flexibility: Easily adapt the table size and configuration to fit various entryway spaces.
Efficiency: Saves time by using one family for multiple scenarios instead of creating new ones for each variation.
Consistency: Maintains a consistent look for entryway tables throughout the project.
Points to Consider:

The level of detail in the family will depend on the project requirements and the desired level of realism.
Additional parameters can be incorporated for more advanced families, such as leg style (square, tapered), leg material (wood, metal), or variations in the tabletop profile (rounded corners).
For highly specific entryway table designs, creating a custom family might be preferable.