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Thu, Feb 3, 2011 at 9:12:51 AM | Warehouse Structure

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I've been trying to find a steel frame to build a warehouse with.  I have found a frame that is similar to what I am looking for on Revit City, the only problem is that it is not big enough.  It is called a full moment frame. Is there anywhere I can find a steel frame that will span 100 ft and have a height of 40 ft? Thanks

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Thu, Feb 3, 2011 at 11:04:31 AM | Warehouse Structure

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Build your own family with a generic family and change it to structure frame catagory.

You can use some of the stock profile family and nested to build your moment frame.

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Thu, Feb 3, 2011 at 11:12:34 AM | Warehouse Structure

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Attached please find moment frame building, this is a building that I did piping modifications to, for a BWRO. I modeled the building frames using Model in place component. Only took a hour or so. 

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Thu, Feb 3, 2011 at 11:19:22 AM | Warehouse Structure

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You can build a fully parametric moment frame family if you put your mind to it. As you saw from the image in my previous post, It will be good in a long run if you are working on a similar project over and over

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Thu, Feb 3, 2011 at 4:57:09 PM | Warehouse Structure

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Yup, I also think you should do your own family, especially if you plan to use it more than once... And you have more control over it, as you know all the parameters and modeling techniques... Winking

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Here is hell lot of option available to make your own Revit family. If you are not able to do it yourself, you should better consult with the some expert who basically into drafting. I am 3D modeler by the way but my collegue at Roshmetal whcih is one of the best steel fabrication company does this all day. 


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