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andypowell32578
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linked model not masking Ceiling

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08-15-2013 02:24 PM

I have a problem. The linked model from our electrical engineer its lights are at the correct height but the ACT ceiling is still running its lines throiugh the lights. how do we take care of this to where the linked model which has the lights in it cut through our ACT ceiling from our central model?

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LisaDrago
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Re: linked model not masking Ceiling

08-21-2013 05:10 AM in reply to: andypowell32578

The issue is the linked file is not actually 'cutting' the ceiling - it is basically overlaid so that is why you are getting what you are getting. To get the ceiling to cut - you can do a copy/monitor the lights into your file. 

 

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XeroPhane
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Registered: ‎05-27-2008
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Re: linked model not masking Ceiling

11-27-2013 12:50 PM in reply to: LisaDrago

LD,

 

I can't, for the life of me get Revit to allow me to copy/monitor light fixtures.  BUT I keep reading about people recommending it.  How?? 

 

Thanks!

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