Here you will find Revit Drafting Views of the 2010 ADA CAD figures and symbols. The Views Types organize so that they correlate to their appropriate ANSI section and detail number, As a result, Revit ADA Figure Drafting Views make it incredibly easy to add the 2010 ADA figures and symbols to your project.
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Drafting Views were created from The ADA CAD figures files which are available for download from the National Institute of Building Sciences. Each CAD file was carefully converted to be 100% Revit! Type Names for filled regions & text all begin with an ‘ADA’ prefix so that one can easily find them in the Revit project browser.
Instructions for Revit ADA Figure Drafting Views
There are two methods to get ADA Drafting Views into your RVT.
First is the Copy to Clipboard method
Drafting Views can be copied and pasted from one Revit project to another Revit project. Thus adding them to your RVT is as simple as using Copy to Clipboard then pasting them into your Project. Note: You can not be in an open Schedule View when pasting. Tip: You can select multiple views by holding down the Ctrl or Shift key.
Secondly, is the Insert Views from File method.
You can also insert them into your project without even opening ADA Drafting Views.rvt.
Open your target Revit project and go to Import>Insert from File>Insert Views from File. Select desired ADA Drafting Views & click OK. Revit adds the selected drafting views to your project retaining all the properties of the original view.