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*Damian Bree - BDP
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Coping to top of Parapet Wall

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05-09-2004 03:49 AM
I'm looking for a way to place a concrete coping to the top of a (level) parapet wall. I cannot find any such family in the library, but being new to Revit I may be looking in the wrong area, or using UK terminology. Any guidance please? On a similar vein, at the other end of the wall, is there a Foundation (sometimes called footing) family, so that the structure is represented correctly in sections? Thanks Damian
*Aaron Rumple
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Re: Coping to top of Parapet Wall

05-10-2004 06:13 AM in reply to: *Damian Bree - BDP
1. You can either design the coping into the wall family using a wall sweep. Or you could create a hosted sweep on just specific walls. The tutorials have a good exercise for learning how to do this. 2. For foundations you can use: A short fat wall. A wall sweep. A hosted sweep. A floor. Much depends on the construction details of the project. "Damian Bree - BDP" wrote in message news:409e0cbd$1_2@newsprd01... > I'm looking for a way to place a concrete coping to the top of a (level) > parapet wall. > > I cannot find any such family in the library, but being new to Revit I may > be looking in the wrong area, or using UK terminology. Any guidance please? > > On a similar vein, at the other end of the wall, is there a Foundation > (sometimes called footing) family, so that the structure is represented > correctly in sections? > > Thanks > > Damian > >

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