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Thu, Jan 3, 2013 at 8:53:11 PM | Revit Structure 2012 Multiple Array Visibility

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I'm at the end of my rope and I'm hoping someone can help.

I have several linear arrays along the same line and they all need to start and stop on the same reference lines. The lengths, The number of objects arrayed and the spacing are all controlled by parameters so therefore they need to be grouped and associated and the 'move to last' option is also selected (and the 'append to end' doesn't seem to do anything). The problem is since they need to be grouped I cannot turn off the first or last arrayed object so there is no duplicates from the last array along the same line. Is there any way to remove/turn off one of the arrayed objects without affecting the other objects in the group?

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Thu, Jan 3, 2013 at 11:11:44 PM | Revit Structure 2012 Multiple Array Visibility

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If I'm understanding your problem correctly, you want to to evenly space a number of objects along a line, and omit the beginning and ending object. If that is the case, the answer is no, you can't do that. You can however put together a family that will behave as if that's happening. Take a look at the attached family to see how I did it. The obects are spaced evenly along the total length, but there is no start or end obects.



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Tue, Jan 29, 2013 at 7:22:15 PM | Revit Structure 2012 Multiple Array Visibility

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Thanks for your post. I ended up arraying the number I needed minus one and then just adding the same spacing parameter to the last one plus a visibility option. I have a row of Nelson studs along a girder top flange and there are several groups of lengths with different spacings. To make things more compicated, the girder splice has a void with no studs at all. But I made it work famously.

 

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