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Mon, Jun 4, 2012 at 8:30:53 AM | Can Revit draw a vertically sloped axi line?

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One wall of my building is a sloped wall, I don't know how to draw axi lines along to this sloped wall.  See ,my cad drawing, the  axi B and axi C are constant changing with different floors, because  the walls wihch they noted are sloped walls, it seems that Revit cant not make a sloped axi according to the wall.



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Mon, Jun 4, 2012 at 8:52:25 AM | Can Revit draw a vertically sloped axi line?

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Correct me if I'm wrong, you mean "Grid Lines"? those "Axi Lines" B and C are grid lines and you want to draw that in your plan view in Revit like you have in CAD file?

If you want Vertical Grid Lines goto a Elevation / section view and create them.

 

Also, take a look at your HELP menu: http://wikihelp.autodesk.com/Revit/enu/2013/Help/00001-Revit_He0/0135-Prelimin135/0137-Levels_a137/0149-Grids149

 



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Mon, Jul 16, 2012 at 3:53:27 AM | Can Revit draw a vertically sloped axi line?

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This picture shows what I mean, see the first blue wall, it is vertical, so the axis A in the wall will be in the same places when Floor 1 and Floor 2 cut the  blue wall.    While the second gray wall, it is sloped,  so the axis B in the wall shows the different palces when Floor 1 and Floor 2 cut the gray wall.  B and B' are in the same places in the  Floor 1 and Floor2 because of  the  vertical cut plane.

What I mean is that , it seems Revit axis only shows like the blue wall, the same axis number show in the same places in different floor plans, But is there any ways to show the   same axis changing places according to different floors plans because of the sloped wall which  like the my gray wall?

 

 

 



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Mon, Jul 16, 2012 at 12:22:26 PM | Can Revit draw a vertically sloped axi line?

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Think about this.  Where exactly would you show this axis in a floor plane?  At the point where it crosses the floor plane, at the level of the view cut, where?  And wherever it is, what good is it to the reader?  How can he use this in understanding the building?

 

Sorry but this has no real value in documenting a building.  What would have value is the grid points at the base and those at the top.


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