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K.M. ASHRAF
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pen thickness

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07-04-2006 01:43 AM
I have a wall with 25mm thick external stone cladding with 50mm wide gap between wall and cladding. Please help me how to change the pen thickness in REVIT only for the stone cladding.
*david
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Re: pen thickness

07-04-2006 03:45 PM in reply to: K.M. ASHRAF
Are you doing this as a detail in a detail or drafting view using line work?
Have you looked for existing detail components for cladding and structural
components?

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I have a wall with 25mm thick external stone cladding with 50mm wide gap
between wall and cladding. Please help me how to change the pen thickness in
REVIT only for the stone cladding.
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K.M. ASHRAF
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Registered: ‎07-04-2006
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Re: pen thickness

07-04-2006 10:30 PM in reply to: K.M. ASHRAF
It is basic generic wall structure with cladding. Under wall parameter/construction/structure/function i added 50mm thermal/air layer & 25mm thick finish1 layer with stone cladding material finish. Since 25mm thick finish under same wall family, it will print with same pen thickness as wall. I want thin line thickness only for the finish.
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Re: pen thickness

07-04-2006 11:41 PM in reply to: K.M. ASHRAF
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