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Fri, Feb 24, 2006 at 11:22:35 AM | Butt-jointed curtain corner - no mullion?

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I'm trying to make a curtain glazing system go round a 90deg corner with butt-jointed glass. That is, I don't want a corner mullion, the curtain panels should extend right to the edge - and join properly if possible. See attached for the offending corner. Any clues? I don't want to create a custom family if at all possible, as there are many unique windows in this building that I'd like to be able to easily lay out with curtain grids.

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Fri, Feb 24, 2006 at 6:35:45 PM | RE: Butt-jointed curtain corner - no mullion?

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You have to create a new curtain wall family (see attached). After you load it into your project go to your curtain wall properties Edit/New and change your curtain wall to one of the 4 types in the imported family. If you want to use a combination of types just create several similar curtain walls. Hope that helps.

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Wed, Feb 25, 2009 at 11:05:10 PM | Butt-jointed curtain corner - no mullion?

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how do you give a material to this family

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Sat, Jun 27, 2009 at 9:37:31 PM | arccodex1

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Quoting arccodex1 from 2006-02-24 12:35:45

 "You have to create a new curtain wall family (see attached). After you load it into your project go to your curtain wall properties Edit/New and change your curtain wall to one of the 4 types in the imported family. If you want to use a combination of types just create several similar curtain walls. Hope that helps."

 
hmm, wheneve i try to load this .rfa REVIT 2010 drops it automatically into the "windows" folder, rather than (i suspect) the profiles/curtain wall folder.
 
is this correct?
 
 
 

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Sun, Jun 28, 2009 at 1:15:44 PM | Butt-jointed curtain corner - no mullion?

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This i don't understand, can you be more explicit??

 


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