Constrain Me Not!

Typically, you shouldn’t put any constraints on your Revit Models.  (EQ-EQ, Align-Lock, DIM-lock, etc.).  It tends to break down and cause problems.

Like Steve at Revit OpEd reminds us, you can show all active constraints, and diagnose any problems quickly.

Remember, you’re encouraged to use Constraints in the Family Editor.

Time and place for everything.



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