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    Question How to scale a family in revit?

    Greetings,
    Can somebody help to scale family attached to correct scale (1:1.5)?
    I tried this tutorial: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fqExUlUsC1A , but I did not succeed...
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    Just tried it and it works OK for me.

    Change category of your truck to Planting, load that into a new planting family and load in your project. Change the 6000 to something else and it scales.

    The scale factoring 'trick' is not really needed, but makes it a bit more understandable.
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