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*Dustin
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wall end condition?

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05-27-2010 07:40 AM
So I have a curved wall meeting up with a curved/angled curtain wall system.
What is the trick to angle out the end of the wall so it will butt up with
the curtain wall?

thanks
*cdv
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Re: wall end condition?

05-27-2010 07:48 AM in reply to: *Dustin
Go to the elevation that shows the side of masonry wall, click on the wall
then in the ribbon click edit profile, once in edit mode draw a line at the
same angle of the curtain wall, trim/extend the upper and lower lines to the
newly created line, erase the vertical line representing the old wall edge
and you are done .

"Dustin" wrote in message
news:6398553@discussion.autodesk.com...
> So I have a curved wall meeting up with a curved/angled curtain wall
> system. What is the trick to angle out the end of the wall so it will butt
> up with the curtain wall?
>
> thanks
>
*Dustin
Message 3 of 5 (824 Views)

Re: wall end condition?

05-27-2010 08:03 AM in reply to: *Dustin
tried that and I do not get the edit profile option with the curved brick
wall

"cdv" wrote in message
news:6398543@discussion.autodesk.com...
Go to the elevation that shows the side of masonry wall, click on the wall
then in the ribbon click edit profile, once in edit mode draw a line at the
same angle of the curtain wall, trim/extend the upper and lower lines to the
newly created line, erase the vertical line representing the old wall edge
and you are done .

"Dustin" wrote in message
news:6398553@discussion.autodesk.com...
> So I have a curved wall meeting up with a curved/angled curtain wall
> system. What is the trick to angle out the end of the wall so it will butt
> up with the curtain wall?
>
> thanks
>
*Brian Winterscheidt
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Re: wall end condition?

05-27-2010 08:09 AM in reply to: *Dustin
On 5/27/2010 10:03 AM, Dustin wrote:
> tried that and I do not get the edit profile option with the curved brick
> wall

Make the masonry wall longer, use an in-place void to remove the portion
below the curtain wall.

--
Brian Winterscheidt
LWPB Architecture
Oklahoma City, Oklahoma
*Dave Jones
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Re: wall end condition?

05-27-2010 08:20 AM in reply to: *Dustin
On 5/27/2010 7:48 AM, cdv wrote:
> Go to the elevation that shows the side of masonry wall, click on the wall
> then in the ribbon click edit profile, once in edit mode draw a line at the
> same angle of the curtain wall, trim/extend the upper and lower lines to the
> newly created line, erase the vertical line representing the old wall edge
> and you are done .
>

will that work if the face plane of the curtain wall is curved? You
wouldn't be able to use a line for the trim/extend...
--
Dave - DDP
Acad 2011 and Revit 2011
Win 7 Pro 64 bit
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