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Mon, Dec 5, 2016 at 4:25:39 PM | Adding Base Level & Top Level to a column tag

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FrankYYZ


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I am modelling a complex industrial building with many partial floors supported on posts or hangers.

For example I have a post starting on Level 8C and going upto Level 9D

I would like to be able to add the Base Level and Top Level of the post in the column tag.

Base Level & Top Level fields do not appear in the list of available fields for a column tag.

Is this possible?

Regards

Frank


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Tue, Jan 31, 2017 at 5:24:46 AM | Adding Base Level & Top Level to a column tag

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DavidBruinsma


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If I have read your desciption correctly, I have created a very simple Schedule of Structural Columns using the following Feilds:

Type Mark

Type

Base Level

Base Offset

Top Level

Top Offset

Count 

I then Placed 5 columns with different start points (base) and different top points with the resulant table.

you can add other standard fields like Length and Mark if needed.

All the Fields are standard fields available for the Category of Structural Columns - I didnt create any custom parameters.

I hope this may be of help

(example taken from Revit 2015 - because i had it open at the time)



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Wed, Mar 13, 2019 at 2:37:05 PM | Adding Base Level & Top Level to a column tag

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lee1980


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Old topic but as has been scheduled here can the base & top levels be added to a structural column tag family? as far as I can see there is no paramter for top and base levels but there is for base offset and top offset?

Thanks

Lee


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