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Tue, Feb 10, 2009 at 4:48:11 AM | SLANT WALLS?

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my exterior wall is slated.... how do you make this... think of a diamond shape or a funnel. it getts bigger the higher it goes... how do you model this... i'm totally new to this program , but i've figured out alot on my own, but not this technical stuf... please help meee.. i have a midreview weds.......

thanks anything would be good. 


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Tue, Feb 10, 2009 at 4:55:30 AM | SLANT WALLS?

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If i understand you right - the shape of the wall when viewed square on is shaped like a diamond or funnel? if this is the case then try editing the profile... click on the wall, select 'edit profile' from the option bar, then sketch the outline as you'd like to see it and finish the sketch. Good luck with your review!


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Tue, Feb 10, 2009 at 9:53:56 AM | SLANT WALLS?

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One way is to create a mass and apply wall finishes to the surfaces.  You can then delete the mass.  See image.

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Sun, Apr 19, 2009 at 4:29:57 PM | SLANT WALLS?

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hi guys i really need help biig time i cannot slant any of my walls on revit,i am new to revit architecture and am working on a project which requires slanted walls, i have tried creating mass and sweep blends and everything but it keeps on giving me an error i would request for a detailed procedure into creating one it would be of great help and its quite urgent.....

thanking in adnvance


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Sun, Apr 19, 2009 at 6:45:08 PM | SLANT WALLS?

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Mon, Apr 20, 2009 at 11:55:39 AM | SLANT WALLS?

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hi i managed to slant the walls it was a great progress thanks but now i am stuck with the mass not takin in any material, i want this wall i have created to be a curtain wall how can i do this please let me know, i also have another question i am designing an auditorium so it has that theatre like seating so all the seats are on a diff level goin down something liek what when we go to the cinema i wanted tro create this please advice and thanking you...

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