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Fri, Nov 22, 2013 at 8:33:14 PM | Using the built-in Mark parameter when tagging

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This project has 100+ brackets and each of these brackets are mounted at different heights. We've shown them in the plan and we would like to create a schedule indicating each bracket's mounted height. We tried giving each bracket a unique ID in the Mark field, but we're having trouble getting that Mark ID to show up in a tag. Any thoughts?


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Fri, Nov 22, 2013 at 8:39:54 PM | Using the built-in Mark parameter when tagging

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We created these bracket assemblies as a structural framing family. We are using Revit 2013. Thanks for your help guys.


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Mon, Nov 25, 2013 at 8:19:04 AM | Using the built-in Mark parameter when tagging

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hi.. normally, tagging mark values should not have any problem.. if you can attached both your bracket family and structural framing tag you are using, then it is better... if not, then make sure the tag is picking up the correct parameter defined in it..

another thing is,, most of revit family doesnt allow you to schedule elevation...

i have been using this toolkit and maybe you can try it, and run some testing... it will give you the x,y,z values/coordinates. but that still depends on how you have created your bracket family and your project basepoint... so pls try it.. if you cant get correct elevations, then contact them or ignore this suggestion. *** i dont work for them

 

Revit Toolkit

The coordinate scheduling tool, developed by Excitech for the Revit Platform will allow accurate and simple scheduling of X,Y and Z coordinates from Revit model elements. This is suitable for a whole range of applications but particularly the easy production of Piling schedules.

- See more at: http://www.excitech.co.uk/products/Revit-Toolkit.asp#sthash.nfgXMGIB.dpuf


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