Revit Patterns Library (120 Patterns)
Revit Pattern Library
The pack contains both Model Patterns and Drafting Patterns (rvt. File)
120 Patterns (Hatches in AutoCAD Language) for Revit 2019 that includes patterns of:
- Generic Patterns
- Solid Colors
- Grayscale Solid Patterns
Revit: 2019 and up
To use it in your project simply open the RFA file and copy paste the desired pattern swatches to your file. To copy all patterns in one click, open your project (and the patterns file) and in your project go to: Manage > Transfer Project Standards. Choose the Patterns file and Transfer Standards. That will include the Fill Pattern Library.
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RAR / ZIP Folders
Please use WINRAR - a free software to open the compressed folder.
AI Vector Files
Please use Adobe Illustrator to open the files
ABR (Photoshop Brushes)
1. Open Adobe Photoshop
2. Open the Brushes Panel: Window > Brushes
3. Select Import Brushes
4. Locate the .abr file on your hard drive and click open to install
5. The brushes will appear in your Brushes Panel whenever the Brush Tool is selected