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Mon, Mar 28, 2011 at 8:03:01 PM | First post + terraced topography

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Hi Everyone,

I am new here!!!  Nice to meet everyone.  I was wondering if revit is able to create terraced topography maps.  My employer asked me to create one in revit so that he could adjust the topography in sketchup.  (which is difficult with all the triangulation.)

 

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I really would like to thank anyone who takes the time to respond.  I've been hitting my head on the wall with this one!!! 



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Mon, Mar 28, 2011 at 9:20:23 PM | First post + terraced topography

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Revit does not do this.


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Mon, Mar 28, 2011 at 9:37:42 PM | shnarch

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Quoting shnarch from 2011-03-28 15:03:01

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Hi Everyone,

I am new here!!!  Nice to meet everyone.  I was wondering if revit is able to create terraced topography maps.  My employer asked me to create one in revit so that he could adjust the topography in sketchup.  (which is difficult with all the triangulation.)

 

Please see the attached image.

 

I really would like to thank anyone who takes the time to respond.  I've been hitting my head on the wall with this one!!! 

"

you could easily create the topography in the picture you posted with Sketchup using the push-pull feature and there would be no triangulation involved


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Tue, Mar 29, 2011 at 2:09:25 AM | First post + terraced topography

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well... you could do this with pads.. but its not going to be accurate. On the other hand, why you wanna use sketchup to adjust real information from the topography? I would consider making a lot of sections to the terrain, so he can sketch (on printed paper over the topography corrected by revit) and after that input that information into revit with pads, slopes, model in places, etc.


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Tue, Mar 29, 2011 at 2:12:35 PM | First post + terraced topography

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Thanks for responding!  We are going to adjust the topography in revit rather than sketchup.


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