Type properties are user-defined for each unique assembly type as needed. To specify or modify a type property of an assembly, you change the value of the corresponding parameter as described under Modifying Type Properties.
NoteChanging an assembly type property will affect all assemblies of that type in the project.
Common type properties for assemblies are described below.
|Name ||Description |
|Keynote ||Add or edit the assembly keynote. Click in the value box to open the Keynotes dialog. See Keynotes. |
|Model ||The name of the model type of the assembly. |
|Manufacturer ||The name of the assembly manufacturer. |
|Type Comments ||Comments about the assembly type. This information can be included in a schedule. |
|URL ||Sets a link to a manufacturer web page. |
|Description ||Provides a description for the assembly. |
|Assembly Description ||Description of the assembly based on the assembly code selection. |
|Assembly Code ||Uniformat assembly code selected from hierarchical list. |
|Type Mark ||A value to designate the particular assembly. This value must be unique for each assembly type in a project. Revit warns you if the number is already used, but allows you to continue using it. (You can see the warning using the Review Warnings tool. See Reviewing Warning Messages.) |
|Cost ||The cost of the assembly. |