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Wed, Dec 11, 2013 at 9:31:24 PM | Selectively Demolishing Structural Framing

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I can not seem to demolish certain Z-Girts in my revit model.  They are all apart of a beam system that I created and then unpinned each Z-Girt (see image) to match the correct heights.  For some reason some of the z-girts will demolish and some will not.  I am trying to avoid remodeling all of the z-girts indivually, but that might fix it.  I was just wondering if anyone knew how to get around this?

 

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Wed, Dec 11, 2013 at 9:37:49 PM | Selectively Demolishing Structural Framing

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Hard to say why it doesn't work without the file.  Are they in a design option?  Were they done as an array?


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Wed, Dec 11, 2013 at 9:43:41 PM | Selectively Demolishing Structural Framing

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Hey WWHub! Thanks for you reply.

 

They were modelled as a beam system with the workplane set at the back face of the end bay columns.  I unpinned them from the beam system to move them to a custom dimension we measured at the existing building.  They are not in a design option or as an array.  Maybe they are having problems because it was part of beam system?


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Thu, Dec 12, 2013 at 2:46:46 PM | Selectively Demolishing Structural Framing

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Figured it out! I had to demolish the beam system itself instead of each structural member individually.  Once I did that it demolished all the structural members in that beam system.  This is not ideal though because if one would want to keep some of the structural members in that beam system and remove others you would need to model each member instead of using the beam system tool (beam system is faster).  Luckily I do not need any of the other structural members in the beam system so I was able to tab select the beam system and then set phase demolished to new construction.

 


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