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HLOpstraat
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aligning two curtain walls/panels in a Blob-like form

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01-20-2014 01:38 AM

Good day everyone,

 

I'm trying to figure out a small problem I have with creating a Blob-like form. I've created a mass by creating a form out of six (two per level) reference lines. The Form comes out nice, but whenever I divide the form, the two created surfaces don't align with eachother. Therefore, when I create curtain walls or patterns on this form, they don't match up either.

 

I have attached two images and a Conceptual massing file with the mass inside. I Hope someone can provide me with a solution for this problem.

 

Thanks in advance, Leo

the alignement control is made from Belt Measurement settings:

Image 1.png

 

 

Image 2.png

 

Belt can be graphicaly activated by clicking on the small central rectangle as shown below:

Image 5.png

 

 

Image 6.png

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constantin.stroescu
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Re: aligning two curtain walls/panels in a Blob-like form

01-20-2014 03:27 AM in reply to: HLOpstraat

the alignement control is made from Belt Measurement settings:

Image 1.png

 

 

Image 2.png

 

Belt can be graphicaly activated by clicking on the small central rectangle as shown below:

Image 5.png

 

 

Image 6.png

Constantin Stroescu
BIM Manager AGD
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HLOpstraat
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Re: aligning two curtain walls/panels in a Blob-like form

01-20-2014 04:30 AM in reply to: constantin.stroescu

Thank you, this will greatly help me in my project!

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