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Mon, Sep 8, 2008 at 12:44:19 AM | walls on different levels not even

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brendanh


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I have exterior walls on levels 1 and 2 with different thickness (15" and 12", for example)... and I try to line them up so the outside of the walls is seamless.  But in a 3d or elevation views, they are not completely aligned.  How can I get the outer surfaces to snap to each other?

I'm using revit architecture 2009.

Thanks for any help,

Brendan

 


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Mon, Sep 8, 2008 at 2:22:42 AM | walls on different levels not even

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I'm not quite understand, do you mean there's a line between the thick wall and the thin wall? if so, I think you don't have to worry, when you render it, the line will be gone. attached is my trial for your case. I hope what I assume for your problem is right...

I create bottom wall 500mm thickness and the top wall is 140mm, both using Concrete Material. I'm using align tool to make both exterior face wall aligned.



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Mon, Sep 8, 2008 at 4:16:01 AM | walls on different levels not even

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I guess align does work.  I tried it unsuccessfuly before, but it's apparently just a matter of the walls being close enough for align to work.  Thanks.

 


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Tue, Sep 9, 2008 at 7:14:45 AM | walls on different levels not even

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u can better try out for align it works

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