Hi! I am using Revit 2013 & am doing some basic "Sweeps" with the base & crown moulding. The problem I'm having is that they run the full length of the wall instead of stopping at interior walls. They will not miter at intersections at all. Someone on Youtube showed how to do this by "splitting" all of the walls in order to get the moulds to terminate and properly miter. Even that doesn't work sometimes unless the split liine is exact to the wall. Any other ideas on how to do such a simple sweep.!
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No matter how is made the sweep profile on wall can be stretched.
As can be seen in the example from below made in Revit 2012...
HI Constantin! Thanks for the reply. I am aware of being able to drag the sweep ends, but no matterhow close I drag them to each other they will not 'Miter"!
the walls must be joined...
be sure you are on "allow join"..RC on the Drag Wall End point to activate allow join if it isn't....
Image 254 -when allow join is active
Image 256 - whe disalow join is active....RC and check allow join
The image are from a 3d view -Top....
Check also if not your Snaps are not off...Manage>Settings >Snaps Off must be unchecked ...the snaps must be active...
Thanks everyone for the help on this one. It was a bit tricky. I found that I was not carefully dragging my ends to line up properly as well as splitting the walls which did not help.
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