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Wed, Sep 2, 2015 at 8:13:02 PM | Adaptive Railing with Handrails

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Using Revit 2015. I am new to adaptive components and pretty new to Revit. I am trying to get a railing profile to turn without tilting. By profile I mean the reference planes used to define the handrail and guardrail solids, not an actual profile family.

The guardrail and handrail are offset from the adaptive (placement) points. I got the solids to follow the slope of the stair, but am not sure how to get the profiles to remain vertical. I cannot think of a way to lock the profiles vertically while still allowing them to rotate on the X-Y plane.

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Wed, Sep 2, 2015 at 10:19:38 PM | Adaptive Railing with Handrails

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Why AC? What's wrong with the railing tool?


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Thu, Sep 3, 2015 at 2:11:18 PM | Adaptive Railing with Handrails

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Thanks pijpiwo for the reply.

The stairs are not revit-generated stairs. They are modeled in-place and are classified as stairs, but do not have revit risers and landings. I haven't been able to get railings to work on the "stairs" yet. 

However, if there is a way to get the railing tool to work on these "stairs," that would solve my problem too. So far we haven't been able to get railings to work on the "stair." That's why I tried to make an AC that I could place in such a way that it followed the "stairs" with their strange shapes and angles.


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Thu, Sep 3, 2015 at 2:47:14 PM | Adaptive Railing with Handrails

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Host a rail to a floor(s) and apply slope and height correction as needed. See this.


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Thu, Sep 3, 2015 at 3:41:33 PM | Adaptive Railing with Handrails

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Thank you I will try this.


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