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Thu, Mar 1, 2012 at 2:12:51 PM | The same (one wall) to have varying thickness in its width dimension not height?

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I have been looking for tutorials every where to find the answer but i cant...

can some one please explain to me how i can make one wall have varying thickness...i dont mean in stacked walls on top of each other but a wall to be thick on right side and thin on the left in its width. i have been tracing this autocad plan to make a model from it and revit seem to only have striaght walls with no adjustable varying thickness in one wall. 

i have tried using 2 to 3 saparate walls to give one wall varying thicknes but it doesn't look professional. 



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Thu, Mar 1, 2012 at 2:44:15 PM | The same (one wall) to have varying thickness in its width dimension not height?

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Does this wall happen in a lot of locations?  you could use an in-place mass and add a wall type to the face.



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Thu, Mar 1, 2012 at 3:07:38 PM | The same (one wall) to have varying thickness in its width dimension not height?

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I would try three different wall types (you should be able to construct them so they all join and look the way you want), or make an in-place wall.


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Thu, Mar 1, 2012 at 4:03:18 PM | The same (one wall) to have varying thickness in its width dimension not height?

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Tkennedy i am doin it like how you menstioned and the different type of walls are connecting but i thought i could

to it in an efficent way....anyways

and teafoe5 there are quiet a few walls with this type of walls. 

i will try in-place but i cant find any tutorials for my situation


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Thu, Mar 1, 2012 at 4:17:43 PM | The same (one wall) to have varying thickness in its width dimension not height?

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Tkennedy I figured it out i think...i think the best way to do it is by in-place mass and then assign wall thanks..it looks better already


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