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Mon, Mar 7, 2016 at 8:17:04 PM | Void Forms cut Revolve not successful and remove the line

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Hello everyone,I need your help and teach me how to do it.I create post for single bed. Please see the picture I create old shape post for single bed.1. Top: Revolve and add void forms to cut around it but not successful, see orange void.2. Second from top: Extrusion, it is easy to create Extrusion but I don't know how to remove the line after it merges with revolve (include void forms), See example 3. If I did it, Revit says, "Can't keep elemens jointed". :-/ I hope you understand with my English otherwise have a look it at *.rfa (2016) to open and see there.Many thanks,Bogumil



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Mon, Mar 7, 2016 at 9:11:23 PM | Void Forms cut Revolve not successful and remove the line

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The lines are because the faces are not aligned I aligned one side and the line goes away.

 

This is really too complicated.  Why not one simple vertical square extrusion with two void revolves?Look at what I did with your middlw upper void.  One rectangular void copied around.  This fixes the "can not join" issue.  << But you don't need this if you do a revolve void.



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Tue, Mar 8, 2016 at 8:49:45 AM | Void Forms cut Revolve not successful and remove the line

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Thank you for explanation. I tried to open your file2 but it says, Data in file 144399_144397{postforSingleBed2.rfa is corrupt and needs to be manually recovered. Please can you resend it to me again. Thank you for your time and assistant. Kind regards, Bogumil

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Fri, Mar 11, 2016 at 8:33:17 AM | Void Forms cut Revolve not successful and remove the line

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Hello WWHub,

Please can you send me a file *.rfa. I need to have a look it how you works with it. I got your *.rfa but it is corrupted.

Thank you for your time.

Regards,

Bogumil


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Fri, Mar 11, 2016 at 2:03:37 PM | Void Forms cut Revolve not successful and remove the line

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That file is not corrupted - I just saved it to my system and opened it to check it.  You have to right click on it and do a save as.

 

But you really don't need that file.  Do as I suggested, a vertical extrusion with a void revolve.


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