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*Andreas
Message 1 of 4 (143 Views)

Wall that is Curved, Non-plum and has Ccurved Top

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08-28-2008 05:12 AM
So can Revit do all or any combination of:

1) A straight or curved wall that is not plum. It may lean backwards for
example 10 degrees.

2) A curved wall that also has a curved top of the wall (parabola???)

3) A straight wall that is curved at the top (which I know can be done) but
also not plum.

AND THE ULTIMATE:
4) A curved wall that has a curved top (concave or convex) and is also
leaning back at 10 degrees (not plum).

Many thanks.
Andreas
*Scott Davis - Autodesk
Message 2 of 4 (143 Views)

Re: Wall that is Curved, Non-plum and has Ccurved Top

08-28-2008 05:54 AM in reply to: *Andreas
1) Yes
2) Yes
3) Yes
4) Yes

But for each of these, its about modeling techniques to create them. You
will model a Mass in the shape that you need and then apply a Wall to the
face of that shape to create the walls you describe.

"Andreas" wrote in message
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So can Revit do all or any combination of:

1) A straight or curved wall that is not plum. It may lean backwards for
example 10 degrees.

2) A curved wall that also has a curved top of the wall (parabola???)

3) A straight wall that is curved at the top (which I know can be done) but
also not plum.

AND THE ULTIMATE:
4) A curved wall that has a curved top (concave or convex) and is also
leaning back at 10 degrees (not plum).

Many thanks.
Andreas
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cganiere
Posts: 31
Registered: ‎03-14-2006
Message 3 of 4 (143 Views)

Re: Wall that is Curved, Non-plum and has Ccurved Top

08-28-2008 08:21 AM in reply to: *Andreas
You may need to use "openings" to cut the shape you want (if you are having trouble making it with a single "mass"
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cbaze
Posts: 151
Registered: ‎06-19-2007
Message 4 of 4 (143 Views)

Re: Wall that is Curved, Non-plum and has Ccurved Top

08-28-2008 12:27 PM in reply to: *Andreas
haha... so is CATIA not workin out for you, Gehry?
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