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Wed, Dec 21, 2011 at 12:22:23 PM | join wall with split region with wall without split region

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i can't to join a wall with a split region with a wall without a split region.

The wall are complete similar, but still the edge lines of both walls keep visible ( see image )

can anyone please help ?



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Wed, Dec 21, 2011 at 1:11:30 PM | join wall with split region with wall without split region

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Because of the split region, the walls are not the same.  (The edit line tool doesn't work? It should for elevations.)

 

If these walls are really the same except for the split, why didn't you do them as one wall and have a vertical on your split rather than two seperate walls? Splits do not have to be full length of wall.

 

If they need to be seperate because of other reasons, add a vertical line to your split just off the end so it is not against the other wall.


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Wed, Dec 21, 2011 at 1:34:17 PM | join wall with split region with wall without split region

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thanks for your help, bit the wall with the split is from the groundfloor to the 2nd floor.

the wall without the split starts on the 1st floor to the 2nd floor. (see image)

the split is integrated in the wall, not made with cut profile.

maybe the only way to get this right is 1 wall type and use cut profile....



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Wed, Dec 21, 2011 at 2:20:39 PM | join wall with split region with wall without split region

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You said wall split which has multiple possibilities but your latest post suggests you mean your wall layers are built differently. Wall definitions can have sweeps, reveals / split regions - all full length.

 

A split region can also be applied after the wall is in place, can be any shape and is used to define a different material finish but the wall thickness/layer doesn't change.  After splitting the face, you paint a different finish. << I think this may be what you want to use.

 

Cut profiles are 2D only and will only affect the view they are in.

 

Edit profile (wall) are 3D modifications and I don't believe this is what you want.


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Wed, Dec 21, 2011 at 2:30:01 PM | join wall with split region with wall without split region

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i used edit prifile wall.

my first step was creating a wall with one exterior material

the i made a duplicate and used edit wall to insert another material under the one i already had ( edit - split region - assign layers )

now i already changed all walls to the same type and use split face, ths worked for me !

I hope this gets solved in revit 2013 ;-)  thanks !


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