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Mon, Jan 26, 2015 at 4:25:51 PM | Copy identical millwork elevations

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We do a lot of Medical Office Buildings and this has happened more than once here. We will have a nurse station that is pretty much indentical to one that we did on another job, it would be nice if there were a way to copy not only the model geometry (cabinets/counters etc..) but also be able to copy in the completed (dimensioned & annotated) millwork elevation. We really cant find a way to do this easily....what we do now is copy/paste the modeled elements, then create an elevation, then copy/paste the annotation if possible, then we need to re-dimension it. Has anyone run into this similar situation, and if so do you happen to have a better work flow?

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Alan 


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Mon, Jan 26, 2015 at 4:31:26 PM | Copy identical millwork elevations

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In the original model, you can group the model elements along with all of the 2D elements that you want to copy.   (NOTE : Any dimensions to walls, floors, levels and grids that will not be copied will not work.)  Now - export the group or just copy/paste into your new model.   I then suggest you ungroup it and delete the group from your new model.


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