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r7aaal1
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Registered: ‎02-12-2014
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(help) creating a diagram for architectural project

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02-12-2014 01:14 PM

 

I'm asking if I can create a Diagram for my project like this diagram?? For circulation and sold & void spaces ...etc?

 

 

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rosskirby
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Re: (help) creating a diagram for architectural project

02-12-2014 01:36 PM in reply to: r7aaal1

If you're using Revit 2014, then yes, you can easily create an exploded axonometric.  Create a 3D view, set the orientation you want, and get started using the Displacement feature (select element, and on the modify tab, the view panel has a button that looks like a cube exploding, that's the one you want).  

 

You'll have to monkey with it for a while to get things exactly how you want, and setting up the text is probably better done in a 3rd part graphics editor (i.e. Photoshop, Illustrator, InDesign, etc.) than natively in Revit, but it's possible.

Ross Kirby
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constantin.stroescu
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Re: (help) creating a diagram for architectural project

02-12-2014 02:19 PM in reply to: r7aaal1

agree with Ross....

I should ad that, maybe,  you can do it also using a locked 3d View ,making Dulicates , using Section Boxes make a series of Views and at last make an assembly in a sheet.....

But , if I'll have  to make a series of 2d with color schemes one on top of the other as in your example, I should use a trick ( maybe a bit unorthodox):

  1. choose Levels (with color schemes) one by one and export them in CAD format (dwg)  - ( from settings check True Color not Index Color)
  2. Import the dwg files back into Revit in their mother Levels ( Level 1 to Level 1, Level 2 to Level 2...etc) taking care that Curent View Only to remain unchecked. Place these aside the revit volume so to be seen separately.
  3. Create a 3 d View , and use Base Offset for a visual control of the positon of every dwg level in your 3d view...

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Constantin Stroescu
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