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smuhic
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Registered: ‎12-08-2006
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curtain systems

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02-15-2007 02:26 AM
any suggestions on how i can allign the grids and mullions in a curtain system of a curved glass roof?

the picture is attached

thanks in advance
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sbrown
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Re: curtain systems

02-15-2007 10:17 AM in reply to: smuhic
Pick on the curtain system and you will see a small blue icon or under its properties, there is an offset parameter in both directions, just measure the distance needed and modify this setting.
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smuhic
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Re: curtain systems

02-15-2007 11:25 PM in reply to: smuhic
you know ive tried that already and it worked, although not as i thought. i wanted continuous grid lines through all segments. i thought revit would create a curtain system over all the segments using a single grid and not a grid for each segment, that way the grid lines and after that the mullions would be continuous lines from left to right and bottom to top. i guess i'll just have to live with that or draw the grid line myself.

but the bigger problem is that the windows are placed verticaly on 2 segments and horizontaly on the other 4 segments. to this problem i couldnt find a solution. how to rotate the placing of windows in a curtain system 90 degrees?
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jlogue
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Registered: ‎09-14-2012
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Re: curtain systems

09-14-2012 03:55 PM in reply to: smuhic

I don't have an answer but I was wondering if I could ask you a question.  How did you get your mullions and glass to curve along your curtain grid.  When I create a curtain grid from mass face my curtain panels and mullions are always straight (like the grid on the left in your image).

 

Thanks

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