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Wed, Apr 13, 2011 at 8:02:02 AM | Revit Graphics in 3d views

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Does anyone know a solution to prevent revit showing items through walls, etc in 3d shaded with edges views. For example: currently I have a wall modeled that is sheet wall cladding (25mm thick) with steel wall girts behind. In the 3d view if you zoom in the wall looks as it should but as you zoom out and away from the wall lines start to show indicating the girts - these come and go as you pan / zoom. If I print the view while the lines are shown on screen they will also print - leading me to think it is not a graphics issue.

Anyone got any ideas. Usin Revit Architecture 2011

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Wed, Apr 13, 2011 at 2:27:11 PM | Revit Graphics in 3d views

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If the element is truely hidden and not in contact with the face, then it normally is a graphic issue and doesn't print.  Make sure your girts are really where you think they are.  Thin surfaces do sometimes show touching objects, but normally only on the screen.


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Wed, Apr 13, 2011 at 11:40:32 PM | Revit Graphics in 3d views

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Girts are definately behind the sheeting (in fact 2mm clear of the sheeting) unfortunately they still show on the perspective, and remain when I print it out - see attached jpg



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Thu, Mar 6, 2014 at 1:21:47 PM | Revit Graphics in 3d views

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That often happens in a view but they don't print.


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Thu, Mar 6, 2014 at 2:15:20 PM | Revit Graphics in 3d views

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Why don't you use a filter to shut them off in the exterior views? It may have the added bonus of speeding up rendering time.


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Fri, Mar 7, 2014 at 5:55:11 AM | Revit Graphics in 3d views

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why not run a barge cap flashing down the slope, to conceal the purlins?


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