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Mon, Jul 10, 2006 at 8:53:42 PM | floor finishes

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How do go about having 3 or 4 different floor finishes on an interior floor? I would like to see them graphically in plan/3d view. I need to take a material take off too. Is this possible? Something similar to the attached jpeg. Thanks!

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Mon, Jul 10, 2006 at 10:24:17 PM | RE: floor finishes

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Why don't you try a Split Region on the floor surface then apply a different material to each section, I have to admit I'm not sure about the take-off though. Hope this helps.

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Tue, Jul 11, 2006 at 6:11:15 AM | RE: floor finishes

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I build up the drawings (or correcctly: the model) in Revit close to the way we would build it. So, I use a 12cm structural slab which covers most of the floor areas (set at -50) then I add the flooring (usually, in my part of the world, a 5 cm topping). This finishing floor can be any shape you like also as per your sketch. I have several finishes floors included in my template covering various tile sizes, carpet etc. The quantities will also be corect. Erik

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Wed, Jul 12, 2006 at 12:41:45 PM | RE:

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Why don't you try a Split Region on the floor surface then apply a different material to each section, I have to admit I'm not sure about the take-off though.

Hope this helps.

Yeah, I've tried that, however I will not be able to get materail quantities from that. I'm not sure if you can apply different materials to each split face. I do know that you it seems to be easier to just custom create a wall. Thanks for the response!

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