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Fri, Aug 7, 2009 at 6:18:59 PM | Attaching double Tees to a sloped floor

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Hi,

I am trying to attach or host precast double tees to a floor in a parking garage. The floor has multiple slopes. I can't use a ramp because the ramp does not allow me to modify elevations of different points on it unlike a floor. What is the easiest way to host these double Tees to the floor? I have many many double tees and it would be helpful if there is an easy way to do this. I use revit 2010.

Thank you for your help.

RM

 


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Fri, Aug 7, 2009 at 7:30:36 PM | Attaching double Tees to a sloped floor

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Could your double tee family be built as face based?

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Thu, Aug 13, 2009 at 5:59:26 PM | Attaching double Tees to a sloped floor

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I have the same question. I'm trying to get pre-cast double tee's to slope in multiple directions. Has any progress been made on this post? WWHub, could you expand on the face based family?

 

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Thu, Aug 13, 2009 at 6:23:44 PM | Attaching double Tees to a sloped floor

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I don't know what you guys are using for your T family.  I did a parking garage a few years ogo...Revit 5.? ... and I built my T as non-hosted - Not Vertical.  I could then place it and slope it in two directions but you can't warp it.  Top is still on a plane.  Today I might try a work plane based and see if I can set that plane in the project and place my tees on it.

 

The best thing to do is try a simple form in a junk project and see what works.


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