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Mon, Apr 27, 2015 at 2:50:59 PM | cut mass



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Hi everybody,

I ask you about a problem that I am having, about masses.

I need to cut a mass with a diagonal surface, to have an inclinated surface by eliminating the superior part, but I do not find any possible way to do that.

The mass I have modelled is a sort of an organic one, so the possibility to move the lines of the mass to lean one of the sides is not applicable, given that it starts a mess of little and complicated surfaces.

I have been also trying to model the mass by creating a solid form using the bottom and upper profiles, but the extrusion didn't fit the required form.

The ideal solution would be like when modelling in autocad or sketchup, bu cutting the mass with an inclinated plane, but I don't realise how can do that in Revit.

Thank you!

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