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Mon, Mar 2, 2009 at 7:43:00 PM | Modifying Vertically Compound Walls

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I am trying to develop a wall with stone veneer on the bottom and wood siding on top. I have problem with the thickness of the stone veneer see attached screen shots. The problem I have is that I cannot make the profile of the stone wider with out affecting the siding. After I split the region and assign the stone layers to the bottom of the wall I cannot make the stone wall project further without affecting the siding. If I make the thickness of the stones 3" also the siding becomes 3". How can I make the thickness of this layers independet?



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Mon, Mar 2, 2009 at 7:58:30 PM | Modifying Vertically Compound Walls

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Hi, why don't you use the "Stacked Walls"???

 


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Mon, Mar 2, 2009 at 8:11:05 PM | Modifying Vertically Compound Walls

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Thanks for the suggestions. I am new at revit. When you say stacked walls you mean create two walls separatly. So I have to create a level for stacking the wood siding wall on top of the stone or what will be the best way to create this?

 


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Mon, Mar 2, 2009 at 8:15:43 PM | Modifying Vertically Compound Walls

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Yeah, create two wall like you want, one with the wood to the top and the other to the bottom, then in stacked wall properties go to edit and chose those two walls, go to HELP menu and take a look...

 


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Mon, Mar 2, 2009 at 10:39:41 PM | Modifying Vertically Compound Walls

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After creating a split region on a compound wall how do you delete it? or how can you delete this from the property element or type dialog box?

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