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Thu, Nov 20, 2008 at 3:35:54 PM | Please Help!

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joshb


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I am using Revit Architecture 2008 and am having a problem. I have a wall that is curved but is also sloping from about 9' down to 3'-6". I need to show precast on top of that to give it a finshed look and for our estimator to know what we are wanting on this project. I have uploaded an image of what I have so far and as you can see, the front walls surrounding the stairs are the only ones that don't have the precast. If anyone has any suggestions it would be greatfully appreciated!! thank you!

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Thu, Nov 20, 2008 at 3:52:59 PM | Please Help!

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a wall sweep will probebly not work,

maybe a component - create in place - solid sweep with pick path?



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Thu, Nov 20, 2008 at 7:25:50 PM | Please Help!

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Hi, the problem is REVIT 2008, the "Sweep" don't work because we can't select "pick Path" in the top of the arc, only in bottom, so you can solve that with a RAMP, select the "Floor", create a couple of "Levels" before (one where start the TOP of the wall and other where finish the TOP of the wall" then select the "Work plane" of the "Level" where you want to start to draw the precast and in plan view draw the form you want, change the properties of your Ramp and select th "slope arrow" command like you can see in the second image...

 



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