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Attached Wall

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09-14-2013 10:08 AM



I wish On Wall Attached Longitudinal Or Trim The  italic Existed.


I mean, this is ,If I have a wall And a Refrenc Plane In italic, If the Trim tool It I modified End Wall With Angle Refrenc


Plane Be adjusted Not perpendicular.


Like the image below





Not perpendicular wall.jpg



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Re: Attached Wall

09-14-2013 11:17 AM in reply to: gh_ar


In order to Cut the wall after an angle I usualy use one of the two methods described in the following:

  1. Draw a second wall at the desired  angle and then override with Hide Elements -image 1
  2. Make a Component >Model in Place >Wall >Extruded Void and Cut the wall with it. If you attach the edge (as seen in the second image) to the reference plane -then moving the reference plane - moves the cut...image 2 and 3

The first method is a quick one , but it has to be repeated in every View because is an override by View....

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Constantin Stroescu
BIM Manager AGD
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Re: Attached Wall

09-14-2013 11:47 AM in reply to: gh_ar



Thanks for your answer.

Yes - I am using the wall of the Void

Not perpendicular wall-2.jpg



But In my opinion This is a problem Because for such a small task Should Enter space Families will The own Time is wasted.


And about Hiding:

I think the projects The the output is It is important This method is not correctly.
For many reasons:

-In each View Should chosen to hide.

-Cost estimates will not .


-Potential problems Dealing with other elements There is.

And ....

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