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Tue, Sep 29, 2009 at 3:03:33 PM | Sloped sweep in Revit 2010, can it be done?

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I have a sloped wall in elevation, and i'm trying to add a sloped coping .  i have the profile but when i add it to the sloped wall it only goes horizontal. how do i slope it?  ive tried to add it to the wall profile itself as well as using the Wall/Wall Sweep command, and neither will work

 

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(the attached image is an example of both the ways ive tried. its not the finished product, i was just trying to get this to work) 

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Tue, Sep 29, 2009 at 3:40:58 PM | Sloped sweep in Revit 2010, can it be done?

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" (the attached image is an example of both the ways ive tried. its not the finished product, i was just trying to get this to work) 

 Cryingversion 2010)

 

No attached image..........

 



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Tue, Sep 29, 2009 at 3:57:36 PM | Sloped sweep in Revit 2010, can it be done?

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We don't have the image but use the "Solid Sweep", go to a 3D View then use the "Pick Path" and select one face on the top of that sloped wall, then apply the profile you want....

 


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Tue, Sep 29, 2009 at 4:04:50 PM | Sloped sweep in Revit 2010, can it be done?

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ill give it a try, and im sorry i thought it was attached. ill try again.

 

the image on the right is my building. the one on the left was the two ways i tried to do it.

 

thanks for your help!



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Tue, Sep 29, 2009 at 5:32:03 PM | Sloped sweep in Revit 2010, can it be done?

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Typ is exactly correct, except for you will not want to select a face but a 3d edge, and the main thing i wanted to mention here is that if you create a sweep using a 3d edge there is no way to edit without using 3d edges.

 

But typ idea is your ideal way to go.


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Tue, Sep 29, 2009 at 6:04:00 PM | Sloped sweep in Revit 2010, can it be done?

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thanks guys i got it to work. appreciate the help!

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Sat, Jan 12, 2013 at 12:11:13 AM | Sloped sweep in Revit 2010, can it be done?

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Hi,

I have a similar question, but for the interiors.

I created a room with a sloped ceiling and edited the wall with sweep for cornice. However, after attaching the walls to the ceiling, the sweep stayed at 8 ft, which does not make sense since the shortes wall is still higher than that. The sweep is set to be -3" from the top of the wall. Do you know how to make the cornice sweep follow the sloped wall as well as the different height walls?

I am kind of a newbie and need a clear explanation LOL



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Sat, Jan 12, 2013 at 11:22:13 AM | Sloped sweep in Revit 2010, can it be done?

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Same process, Model in-place > Sweep > pick 3D Edges



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