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Thu, Aug 11, 2011 at 2:37:15 AM | Raised floor system

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I am new to Revit and have taken on a project of trying to re-design the defense lab where I work. The problem I am having is with the raised floor system that we have in the lab. They are 2' x 2' panels raised on metal pedestals. We have all of our cabling system running underneath. I am trying to find a raised floor system that I can download into my project or just make it part of the fllooring system of families. Any recommendations!!!


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Thu, Aug 11, 2011 at 2:57:46 AM | Raised floor system

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i don't see using any system family with a floor like that.. but you can make the floor any way you want with an in-place family..


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Thu, Aug 11, 2011 at 3:05:30 AM | Raised floor system

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I made a 2' x 2' square and then used the array to basically copy it into my floor. Hope this is correct.

 


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Thu, Aug 11, 2011 at 8:07:48 AM | Raised floor system

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You could also try this one:

http://www.revitcity.com/downloads.php?action=view&object_id=11451


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Teun Spruijt

(currently using Revit Architecture 2011)

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Thu, Aug 11, 2011 at 12:08:15 PM | Raised floor system

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If you don't need a panel count,  I don't think you want to use that Revit family.  I would do the top of the floor only, not the pedistals.  That floor would have the grid and could be adjusted for the room layout.  That means it can have 1/2 panels or even 'L' shaped panels.

 

If you need the pedistal's modeled (do you really?), then I would do those as a seperate family and array them.


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Fri, Aug 12, 2011 at 4:51:00 PM | Raised floor system

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thanks for all your help. Trial and error is how I will learn. All your suggestions were great thanks again.


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Thu, Jun 25, 2015 at 7:10:09 AM | Raised floor system

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HI,

I recommend you still use the system like before,500*500MM panels. And if you still have problems, you can send your graph to me ,we have professional engineer to help you,as we have much experience in this area.

My email add: sales17@xlholdinggroup.com

http://www.xlholdinggroup.com


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