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Tue, Jan 26, 2010 at 10:14:09 AM | Wall end at an angle

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How can I adjust the wall ends.

For a project there is a gidsystem at different angles. the solid concrete walls have to be alligned to those grids at both ends. is there a quick way to adjust the ends of a wall (see attachted file the ends of the wall have to be parralel to the grid "as n57" )

Of coure there is the option to make the walls bigger and remove some with a vertical wall sweep or a in-place void but is there no easy way to modify the walls; when I ad another wall allong that grid at an angle REVIT will make a nice join; Unfortunately i need a gap before the next wall starts.

Is there an easy way to tell my wall that the end need to be alligned to a ref plane or something like that?



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Tue, Jan 26, 2010 at 10:51:33 AM | Wall end at an angle

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Where is the "Attached file"???

 


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Tue, Jan 26, 2010 at 11:03:27 AM | Wall end at an angle

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Here is the attached file; the file was to large so I made a scetch to explain.



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Tue, Jan 26, 2010 at 6:16:30 PM | Wall end at an angle

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I've always wondered this, too (wall joins have always been one of revit's biggest problems).  I just made the thinnest wall possible and mitered it to the end of the wall in question.  Construction-wise, it would have to be done the same way (with some sort of bead or wall cap) and with the line thicknesses, you can't even see the tiny wall.  I would like to know if there is a better way, though.

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Mon, Apr 14, 2014 at 9:10:57 PM | Wall end at an angle

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we came up with an innovative solution. Create a new wall that is in the position of the cut you want. Put it in a future phase (that will never be shown). Voila. The new wall cuts a hole in the existing one.


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Mon, Apr 14, 2014 at 9:26:52 PM | Wall end at an angle

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I've always used a simple family for this.  I think that is more Revit's way rather than a "future" wall that would show up if someone wasn't careful.


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