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rlwade
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Loft?

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03-10-2004 07:28 AM
Can you create a loft object in Revit like you can in VIZ? Also why can't I offset a spline? I am trying to make a free formed curved beam with different radiuses along the length of the beam. Any Suggestions?
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mmiles
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Re: Loft?

03-10-2004 11:54 AM in reply to: rlwade
I haven't used VIZ, so I cannot comment on the question about the loft objects- I don't know what you mean.

But, you can copy splines, and type in specific distances while copying. Maybe that will help. As for why you cannot offset them, I don't know. The same is true for Ref Planes.
*Scott Davis
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Re: Loft?

03-11-2004 08:41 AM in reply to: rlwade
Revit will sweep an object along a path. It does not yet have a sweep-blend where an object sweeps along a path, and the geometry changes. This is a request and will probably be included in an upcoming release. Is a sweep-blend what you mean by "loft"? "mmiles" wrote in message news:23994443.1078948526379.JavaMail.jive@jiveforum1... > I haven't used VIZ, so I cannot comment on the question about the loft objects- I don't know what you mean. > > But, you can copy splines, and type in specific distances while copying. Maybe that will help. As for why you cannot offset them, I don't know. The same is true for Ref Planes.
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