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Wed, Jan 10, 2007 at 7:17:14 PM | baluster panels

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dudes-

 I've been having issues with the baluster panels in revit 9.1.  they typically have excessive length at the ends, and do quite alot of overlapping... I found that setting both "break pattern at" and "excess fill length" to "never" comes closest, but there's still some extension of the panels past the railing sketch line.  is there anyway to chop the panels?

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Thu, Jan 11, 2007 at 9:40:12 AM | baluster panels

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I've got the same problem too!!! I go crazy for it!!! and also glass panels are not correctly cropped at the start and the end of the railings. I try to  create a custom panel wich can adjust itself like an instance parameter panel (as you can see at the ends of a reticular beam), but it doesn't work because when you insert the panel you have to say wich is the space between each panel, so you are blocking the length of ypur panels.
please help!
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Thu, Jan 11, 2007 at 8:00:09 PM | baluster panels

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for those interested, I was told a pretty solid solution (by a regular poster on this site, thanks jm).  if you use a panel as a rail instead of a baluster, you end up with smoother and cleaner results.  you don't get an articulated panelization, but that can be added in with balusters.

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Wed, Apr 4, 2007 at 7:49:40 AM | baluster panels

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It is a solution but, if you change the height of your railing, you have to adjust your glass panel profile. (if i'm not mistaken)

There must be a better way......


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