NeoCon 2018 Features the Expanded Bradley WashBar Products

Posted by Daniel Hughes on Jun 14, 2018 10:18:13 AM

The Bradley OmniDeck with WashBar was on display this week at NeoCon 2018.

The OmniDeck Washbar version features a continuous, solid surface Terreon lavatory deck; that can include 1-4 Undermount WashBar Basins that is prefabricated in 120" long modules.

A splicing procedure of 120" modules provides a continuous deck over an indefinite length of countertop.

Bradley Verge with WashBar Technology debuted at NeoCon 2017 and quickly achieved show recognition via multiple design awards.

Bradley Verge® with WashBar™ Technology Wins NeoCon® Gold Award

Our thanks to all the NeoCon attendees; that stopped for a visit to review the expanding Bradley WashBar Product Line.

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Why Revit Family File Content Looks Different in a Revit Project File

Posted by Daniel Hughes on Sep 22, 2011 10:05:30 AM

I successfully loaded a couple Bradley Revit family files into my Revit project.

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Omnideck Lavatory Revit Family Components | China Bowl Sink Alternative

Posted by Jonathan Rydz on Jun 29, 2011 6:14:45 AM

We have posted six new Revit family files of the stylish LD4010 Series. The Omnideck LD3000 Revit Family Series is available in 1, 2, 3 or 4-bowl configurations. Select from several bowl options; rectangular, square, eliptical or spherical bowl shapes.

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Bradley Revit Family Components Feature Coarse-Medium-Fine Detail Levels

Posted by Daniel Hughes on Jun 3, 2011 9:24:47 AM

After downloading a Bradley Revit Family, review the model's Detail Level [Coarse-Medium-Fine] in a Revit project file.

Review the level of detail displayed in each Revit model view: elevation, plan and section views.

  • You will see more detail in these views as you cycle through your view settings of Coarse-Medium-Fine.
  • We realize that smaller print scales (1/8" = 1'-0"), require less detail (COARSE) for better print outs.
  • As you create views for larger print scales (enlarged plans, interior elevations); Bradley Revit Families provides more detail that will remain legible with heavier pen settings.

Each component (symbolic line, model line, solid, masking region) in a Bradley Revit Family, is assigned a detail level and visibility setting. They are fully customizable, so you can match our Revit components to your Revit-BIM graphic standards.

Revit Rendering and Walk-Through Tip

BEFORE you render a Revit View or play/export a Revit Walk Through, please set the view's Detail Level to FINE to view all of the 3D components inside the Bradley Revit family.

Bradley has more than 850+ Revit Plumbing Fixtures and Specialty Equipment family models in the Bradley Revit Family Library.

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Visit the Bradley Revit-BIM FAQ Page for additional Revit technical support for Bradley Revit-BIM Family Components.

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