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Wed, Aug 23, 2006 at 2:10:14 PM | SPLIT REGIONS

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Instead of using the subregion tool, I have been using the Split region tool to split between the road, curb, and grass. The only problem is that when i move the curb region up about 6" there is an open gap between the road and the curb. Is there any way to create a loft between these two region to represent the curb better, or is there a better way to do this in general.

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Fri, Aug 25, 2006 at 2:45:40 AM | RE: SPLIT REGIONS

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The short answer is no. Doing site work in Revit is very difficult and generally I avoid it except for context to be used in a rendering. Then I try to keep things very flat or with a regular slope. For your situation you might try some of the curb site components which will follow gentle splopes but even then not perfect. I have also used walls with edited profiles or attached to reference planes to act as curbs. A search of this site or out at www.augi.com may yield more indepth methods other use. HTH Tom

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I know this post is old - but with the new Revit versions, try this:

http://bimtionary.blogspot.com/2010/02/curb-and-gutter-along-topo.html


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