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*John
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CORNER WINDOW

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09-09-2004 07:39 AM
Does anyone know how to make a corner window family?
*Nic M.
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Re: CORNER WINDOW

09-09-2004 07:43 AM in reply to: *John
Please Nic "John" wrote in message news:41406b3c_2@newsprd01... > Does anyone know how to make a corner window family? > > > Attachment not added (content type not allowed): "IVP_hoekraam H3.rfa"
*John
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Re: CORNER WINDOW

09-09-2004 11:06 PM in reply to: *John
Thanks! Will have a look at how you constructed the family. Cheers John "Nic M." wrote in message news:41406cb0_3@newsprd01... > Please > > Nic > > "John" wrote in message news:41406b3c_2@newsprd01... > > Does anyone know how to make a corner window family? > > > > > > > > >
*Bim Consultant
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Re: CORNER WINDOW

09-12-2004 06:34 AM in reply to: *John
Hi Nic, Using, ur corner window family, does not subtract 2nd wall. 1 half of the window remains inside of the wall, any clue/workaround. Thanks "John" wrote in message news:41406b3c_2@newsprd01... > Does anyone know how to make a corner window family? > > >
*Nic M.
Message 5 of 7 (182 Views)

Re: CORNER WINDOW

09-12-2004 10:55 AM in reply to: *John
Its a revit 5.1 window. One of the first families I made. So it may be a litlle clunky I tried it and it still seems to work for me. You have to place it in one wall and then drag it to the exterior of the ortho wall See attach Nic "Bim Consultant" wrote in message news:4144504c_1@newsprd01... > Hi Nic, > > Using, ur corner window family, does not subtract 2nd wall. 1 half of the > window remains inside of the wall, any clue/workaround. > > Thanks > "John" wrote in message news:41406b3c_2@newsprd01... >> Does anyone know how to make a corner window family? >> >> >> > >
*v.valentijn
Message 6 of 7 (182 Views)

Re: CORNER WINDOW

09-13-2004 01:46 AM in reply to: *John
again, very nice Nic. Interesting to see how you used a void instead of openings to get your detailing right. I don't know if this is still how you work but in order to get your productionspeed up a little you should consider to make some standard recangle, verticals, horizontals and glass-sheets. You can load them in your family and save the family as a sort of template - the preloaded items [nested families] can be adjusted in length by a simple align [next copy you drag will automatically get the new length]. You can also use other filling elements in this way.. have a go with the families I attached. Together with the method you show in this file you can make specific windows in no-time... "Nic M." schreef in bericht news:41448e27_3@newsprd01... > Its a revit 5.1 window. One of the first families I made. So it may be a > litlle clunky > I tried it and it still seems to work for me. > You have to place it in one wall and then drag it to the exterior of the > ortho wall > See attach > > Nic > > > > "Bim Consultant" wrote in message > news:4144504c_1@newsprd01... > > Hi Nic, > > > > Using, ur corner window family, does not subtract 2nd wall. 1 half of the > > window remains inside of the wall, any clue/workaround. > > > > Thanks > > "John" wrote in message news:41406b3c_2@newsprd01... > >> Does anyone know how to make a corner window family? > >> > >> > >> > > > > > > > Attachment not added (content type not allowed): "Glas.rfa"
*Bim Consultant
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Re: CORNER WINDOW

09-17-2004 05:49 AM in reply to: *John
Thank you guys, -- Cheers!!! BIM "v.valentijn"
wrote in message news:41455ea6_1@newsprd01... > again, very nice Nic. Interesting to see how you used a void instead of > openings to get your detailing right. I don't know if this is still how you > work but in order to get your productionspeed up a little you should > consider to make some standard recangle, verticals, horizontals and > glass-sheets. You can load them in your family and save the family as a sort > of template - the preloaded items [nested families] can be adjusted in > length by a simple align [next copy you drag will automatically get the new > length]. You can also use other filling elements in this way.. have a go > with the families I attached. > Together with the method you show in this file you can make specific windows > in no-time... > > "Nic M." schreef in bericht > news:41448e27_3@newsprd01... > > Its a revit 5.1 window. One of the first families I made. So it may be a > > litlle clunky > > I tried it and it still seems to work for me. > > You have to place it in one wall and then drag it to the exterior of the > > ortho wall > > See attach > > > > Nic > > > > > > > > "Bim Consultant" wrote in message > > news:4144504c_1@newsprd01... > > > Hi Nic, > > > > > > Using, ur corner window family, does not subtract 2nd wall. 1 half of > the > > > window remains inside of the wall, any clue/workaround. > > > > > > Thanks > > > "John" wrote in message > news:41406b3c_2@newsprd01... > > >> Does anyone know how to make a corner window family? > > >> > > >> > > >> > > > > > > > > > > > > > > >
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