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Curtain walls have never been a strong point of mine, and I'm having an exceptionally difficult time with the one I'm working on now. The problem lies in aligning the curtain grids around the corner of a building, in which one facade is normal, and the second is sharply angled from the ground (see attached images). This causes the grid of the angled facade to not align with the primary facade, and for obvious reasons. When the curtain grid is applied to angled side, the distance between mullions has to be greater than that of the primary facade, as to maintain continuous and level around the corners.
Is there any way to wrap a single grid around a corner of an angled generic geometry or mas? Any idea's on the best say to solve this?
Please let me know if there is some obvious step or solution I am missing, I won't be offended. Again, curtain walls are NOT a strong point of mine! Using Revit 2011, Windows 7, 64x.Edited on: Thu, Aug 19, 2010 at 3:05:17 PM
Edited on: Thu, Aug 19, 2010 at 3:31:20 PM