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Fri, May 14, 2010 at 7:53:44 AM | The connection between wall and floor

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Hi,

I would like to make the connection between wall and floor looks like the CAD effect.I don't know why they seems like seperate each in revit now.

Is there anyone can help?

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Fri, May 14, 2010 at 8:34:20 AM | The connection between wall and floor

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In revit I always find it best to build your model like you build your building.

The reason your pictures are different is because in your revit model you have built your floor going straight through your wall or vise versa.  You need to seperate them and built it as you would in real life.  Then you'll be able to modify each element to suit your purpose to you can re-create your CAD image in revit


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Fri, May 14, 2010 at 10:25:48 AM | The connection between wall and floor

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But why they can not wrap/join each other , like two piece wall?

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Fri, May 14, 2010 at 12:18:27 PM | The connection between wall and floor

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I believe your CAD drawing is incorrect.  Either the floor goes completely through, or is partially supported by the wall on both sides, or doesn't go through at all.  Wall layers wrap because they are really "built" at the same time.  There must be a cold joint here somewhere. 

 

I agree with Kardiff.  Model it like it is built.  Either edit the floor sketch or change the wall.


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Fri, May 14, 2010 at 1:43:26 PM | The connection between wall and floor

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I also agree the you should follow the Revit mantra which is "model it like you build it".

That said, you can use the "join geometry" tool and end up with graphics that look like your CAD drawing.  


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