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Tue, Apr 27, 2010 at 6:43:42 PM | calculating weight

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cadvis3d


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Hi all

 This may seem like a really stupid question, but i'm currently using revit to draw up some complicated bespoke furniture units and the client has asked me whether revit would be able to calculate the overall weight of the final unit.

Anyone know if this is possible or is it merely a dream?...

Thanks in advance....Paul


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Thu, Apr 29, 2010 at 9:30:14 AM | calculating weight

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Kardiff


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If you para it all up you could make a formula for it

 

Eg. Desk

= (Desk depth x Desk with x Desk Mat weight) + (drawer height x drawer width x drawer depth x Drawer Mat weight) + (no. of legs x (Pixleg rad x leg red) x leg height)

 you measure and para each distance

then you make a weight para with is the kg/mm3 weight of that material

and jobs a good'un


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