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Wed, Mar 24, 2010 at 7:37:02 AM | Horizontal Bracing - getting it to look 'right'

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Using Revit Structure. Cannot get my horizontal bracing to look right. Inserting member as a beam with work plane set to my current roof. When I insert a brace member to columns/beam/truss intersection crazy cut backs occur to the orginal col/beam/truss members i.e. suddenly my beam projects 200mm past the gridline intersection. When I remove the horizontal brace member my column/beam intersections go back to how they are supposed to look.

 Anyway of changing your beam member so it doesn't apply cuts etc to existing members on in your model.


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Thu, Apr 1, 2010 at 10:10:01 PM | Horizontal Bracing - getting it to look 'right'

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Have you tried to model the brace with the brace tool/command?

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