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Mon, Oct 3, 2011 at 9:32:30 AM | Spliting Objects for construction sequencing

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Any tips and suggestions will be helpful.

 

I am looking for a logical solution how to split the model to be exported into Navis for simulation. e.g. the model contains single floor slab @ GL, however it is poored in two steps grid A-D and D-E. With curreent workflow to display that I would have to create two seperate pobjects.

I've heard that it may be possible to slice an object with a functionality within worksets workflow but I cant find it. Any advice?

 

Thanks in advance.


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