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Mon, May 18, 2015 at 9:15:21 AM | Curtain-panels - Need to alter extents

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Revin


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Hi all,

Pls see attached image. I have a curtain-wall, with glazed panels.

The glazed panels are offset to the outside-face of the vertical mullions; problem is that they automatically terminate where the vertical mullions are situated, leaving a large gap between them.

I cannot find a setting in any of the properties dialogues to extend  (or offset) the vertical edges of the glass panels to make the gap between them smaller (since it should be a flush-glazed system).

Also, the edge-panels need to extend past the vertical mullions to cover them completely.

Has anyone found a way around this?

Thanks in advance!

Revit 2015, btw.



Edited on: Mon, May 18, 2015 at 4:15:57 AM

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Mon, May 18, 2015 at 9:59:42 AM | Curtain-panels - Need to alter extents

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ronmalit


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Hi

for the glazed panel did you try to select it (just the glazing only) and edit type, enter offset value, NO? not that one?

for the edge-panels to extend, if i remember it correctly, i made 2 curtain wall type:

one is for glazing system with rectangular mullions and

one is just for the horizontal FINS.

just copy, paste to same location, change type.



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Mon, May 18, 2015 at 12:48:59 PM | Curtain-panels - Need to alter extents

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Look at your mullion profile template - the answer is there - I put a box around it.



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Tue, Jun 2, 2015 at 1:11:44 PM | Curtain-panels - Need to alter extents

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Revin


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Fantastic!

Thanks, WWHub.


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