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Tue, May 13, 2008 at 10:55:42 AM | Joining the Geometry of two floors

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farbdias


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Hello.

I have two concrete floors beside one another.

One of the floors drops down 150mm.

How can i join the geometry of these two floors to make them realistic like the actual refabrictaed concrete slab that will be used.

Many thanks.

Ian


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Wed, May 14, 2008 at 10:46:12 AM | Joining the Geometry of two floors

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dianajohn


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The simple answer is to use the 'Join Geometry' function on the Toolbar this will join entities of the same material. By adding a edge beam to one slab you may get a better finish

Best of Luck

John A


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