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meg-m
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Merging Curtain Wall Panels

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11-28-2010 02:40 AM

Hi,

Is there a function in revit to merge a number of curtain wall panels together into 1? All the panels I want to merge are adjacent to one another, seperated by grid lines.

 

Thanks

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ghDH
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Re: Merging Curtain Wall Panels

12-01-2010 01:38 PM in reply to: meg-m

no

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mta315
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Re: Merging Curtain Wall Panels

10-04-2011 02:03 PM in reply to: ghDH

The user manual says there is, but doesn't say how.

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ccollins
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Re: Merging Curtain Wall Panels

10-04-2011 02:20 PM in reply to: mta315

You must delete the curtain grids. (completely, including all segments.)

 

cheers

Cliff B. Collins
Registered Architect/BIM Manager
Thalden Boyd Emery Architects
St. Louis, MO
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peter
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Re: Merging Curtain Wall Panels

11-29-2013 10:42 AM in reply to: meg-m

This is from the Autodesk website...

 

  1. Create the curtain wall panels.
  2. See Curtain Walls, Curtain Grids, and Mullions.
  3. Add curtain grids.

    See Creating Rectangular Curtain Walls.

  4. Select a curtain grid.
  5. Click Modify Curtain Wall Grids tabCurtain Grid panelAdd/Remove Segments.
  6. Click on a curtain grid segment to remove it.

    As you remove segments, adjacent panels join.

  7. Click in white space in the drawing area.

 

 

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