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ruipfbarreiros
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How to cut a mullion?

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01-27-2014 06:55 AM

Hi,

 

I'm trying to create a sloped glazing roof but I'm having problems with the end mullion. I wanted Revit to cut the last mullion so that the boundary that I defined is completely covered. As it seems, Revit either adds a complete last mullion, surpassing the boundary, or removes the last mullion, creating a hole on the roof. I tried using a vertical shaft to cut the last mullion that surpasses the prescribed boundary but had no success..

 

How would you accomplish this?

 

Thanks

 

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gustavomello
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Re: How to cut a mullion?

01-27-2014 07:19 AM in reply to: ruipfbarreiros

Hi, have you tried a void to cut the mullion instead of a shaft? Shafts only cuts floors and roofs, i think. But i've created a sloped roof here, with a chamfer in one of the corners so the end mullion gets shorter, and worked fine. Could you post a image of what you're trying to do?

 

Gustavo

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ruipfbarreiros
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Re: How to cut a mullion?

01-27-2014 07:43 AM in reply to: gustavomello

I can try that...I thought there would be a faster and cleaner way though...

 

I just realized that the sloped glazing roofs adds an empty system panel at each grid...i can use that to cut the mullion....

 

thanks

Sloped Glazing.png

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