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Mon, Sep 29, 2014 at 3:31:09 AM | Precast Panel / Dado panel - Wall Schedule to issue drawings for shop detailing.

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Hi All,

I am working on an Industrial project where the main type of wall is a Dado wall i.e. 3m high precast and then 10m or so tin wall above. I have made a stacked wall to incorporate this. What I am now trying to prepare is a precast panel schedule/drawing to issue to a shop detailer so I need to isolate and number each panel accordingly. What we have done in the past is on the elevations put call outs per bay/grid of precast to generate separate elevation for each panel (so we get separate panel elevations) and then hide and manipulate the stacked wall in each view to show only the precast component. This is proving to be quite tedious and also takes up a lot of time turning off the callouts on the elvations ( if other callouts that are required to be shown are present). Has any one got a better solution/method of creating a wall shedule of this type?

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Pat


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Mon, Sep 29, 2014 at 1:47:05 PM | Precast Panel / Dado panel - Wall Schedule to issue drawings for shop detailing.

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Stacked walls can be broken up.  Just right click on the wall and the option is there.

 

Not sure what a dado wall is so I don't see any reason to do a stacked wall.

 

If you need each portion of the precast wall to schedule, you could do these in seperate sections - each with the joins turned off.  You would want an instance mark assigned to each so they could be scheduled.


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Tue, Sep 30, 2014 at 4:05:49 AM | Precast Panel / Dado panel - Wall Schedule to issue drawings for shop detailing.

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This is a great tip!

Any ideas how now I can get each panel to be shown in elevation in a schedule type drawing, similar as how you would do a door schedule?

I need to show each panel individually as most panels vary some have doors in certain locations other windows etc. Is just a matter of doing a call out for each panel or is there a simpler way.

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Tue, Sep 30, 2014 at 12:03:41 PM | Precast Panel / Dado panel - Wall Schedule to issue drawings for shop detailing.

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I would do it the same way we do curtain walls.   We create a working elevation view where we create callouts of the CW we need to elevate.  Then we place that on or sheet with all other surrounding elements hidden.


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