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Tue, Jun 14, 2011 at 10:40:05 PM | i need help with wainscoting

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i have made some wainscoting for a project that i am doing, and it will show on one wall but not any of the others. Does any one know how to fix this show that i can go on to the next room?

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Tue, Jun 14, 2011 at 11:10:19 PM | i need help with wainscoting

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Can you give us a little more detail of how your wainscot was created? Is it an in-place family, detail group, ect.? Is it a 2D or 3D element? Is it not showing up in elevation views or in 3D views?


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Wed, Jun 15, 2011 at 12:10:04 AM | i need help with wainscoting

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it is a 3d model made with a generic wall madel template in revit 2010, and its not showing in both elevation or in a 3d camera

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Wed, Jun 15, 2011 at 2:37:10 AM | i need help with wainscoting

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Check the wall that it works on and see if its interior/exterior and compare that to the other walls that it is not working on and see if it is the same; not sure if it would matter but I encountered a similar problem when I did molding as a generic wall model and switching the settings around helped.  

Also, does Revit refuse to attach it to the wall completely or does it seem to accept but just not display it in the model?

 

 

 

 


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Wed, Jun 15, 2011 at 2:48:39 AM | i need help with wainscoting

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i will checK that, but i think that they are all on the same side. Thank u and i will let u know if that is the problem

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Wed, Jun 15, 2011 at 6:26:28 AM | Help for wainscoting

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If U hv ur wainscot profile & material pattern available with you then better go with the railing option.

Try with it once. Hope it will solve ur problem.


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Wed, Jun 15, 2011 at 6:33:07 AM | i need help with wainscoting

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i did furger some thing out, but how can i make it where the wall depth does not matter?

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Wed, Jun 15, 2011 at 11:51:31 AM | i need help with wainscoting

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Have you made this as a wall hosted family?  That would be your problem.  For hosted elements like this, face based would be better but I would not use a family like this. 

 

For tile walls that are similar to this, I create a thin wall that is only the tile (or in your case, the wainscot).  This thin wall is the appropriate hight and material.  It is place against the wall face and the two walls are joined so that it will show correctly in plan and any doors or windows in the host wall will cut it if they intersect.


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Wed, Sep 10, 2014 at 6:45:14 PM | i need help with wainscoting

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One stylish type of wainscoting is raised panel wainscoting. Within every section of raised panel wainscoting there will be a design of some type comprised of wood and set in decorative patterns and adhered to a flat expanse of wood. That being said it would be easy and affordable to create your own raised panel wainscoting out of materials consisting of simple paneling and some decorative trim. This decorative trim could be door casing or baseboard or even chair rail and simply making geometrical patterns arranged in a decorative manner. These patterns could be as simple as just squares.



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