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Tue, Nov 11, 2008 at 3:37:44 PM | Stone Corner and Window Trim in Masonry Wall

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Hey Just wondering if anyone knows the easiest way to show "keyed" stone trim around windows or coins at the corner of masonry buildings. Has anyone done this?

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Tue, Nov 11, 2008 at 7:27:49 PM | Stone Corner and Window Trim in Masonry Wall

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Tue, Nov 11, 2008 at 8:06:18 PM | Stone Corner and Window Trim in Masonry Wall

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I would make a generic family model of the corner keystones and then create a line-based family.  Load the model of the keystone into the line based family.  Then create an array of the keystone component and create a parameter for the number items in the array (call it KEYSTONE NUMBER).  You will want to make a formula for the KEYSTONE NUMBER parameter.  Let's say that the keystones are 2 feet apart.  The forumula will then be KEYSTONE NUMBE = Length/2'.  When you load this family into your project, you will be able to draw a line up the corner of the building and the detail will repeat automatically.

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Thu, Jul 30, 2015 at 5:29:37 AM | Stone Corner and Window Trim in Masonry Wall

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There are specific stuff for this to use and ther geometry should also be perfect, otherwise a small .cm in excess or ommited matters a lot.


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