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Mon, Nov 7, 2011 at 4:40:28 AM | Pattern (.PAT) Files

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Using Revitcity, how could I obtain a .pat file, if possible. Tried searching and specifying I want a .pat file, but got to no hits. Otherwise, where in the MasterFomat 04 could I find any available pattern files.

Alternatively, any hits or links to places where I could get fill pattern files for revit would be muchly appreciate. I also know that it is possible to get an AutoCAD pattern and use it in Revit, but am not really sure how to do that. If someone knows more about that, please feel free to shed some light onto it.


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Mon, Nov 7, 2011 at 5:46:29 AM | Pattern (.PAT) Files

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How about here?


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Mon, Nov 7, 2011 at 5:57:16 AM | Pattern (.PAT) Files

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Very neat indeed! Thanks! Sadly, I couldn't find a ridig insulation pattern in there either probably because it is impossible to be made as a pattern. I know that I can always do it as a detail component as a zig zag line, but would really like to have it as pattern as well since sometimes my insulation, at roofs for example, would be wedge cut. Any ideas how to work around that?


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Mon, Nov 7, 2011 at 3:28:29 PM | Pattern (.PAT) Files

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Ah... try to make a detail line based, with an array (instanced) thats overrided by the default lenght. In those cases when the insulation makes tricky things, just do detail lines.


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Mon, May 3, 2021 at 9:51:04 PM | Pattern (.PAT) Files

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The Pattern works well if you insert it as a "Drafting pattern".

The easiest way to use it is to use an existing pattern and "EDIT" it.

Double click on the pattern you want to edit, then a browser opens up. Find the file that you downloaded (zip file is best)

to insert it, you have to use the " DRAFTING" preset.

Then it will work. You can adjust the scale to fit.

 

 

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