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cacolac69
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traversée de mur par des buses

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12-11-2013 05:07 AM

bonjour à tous,

 

Je souhaire faire pénétrer des buse PVC dans un batiment. J'ai donc pris le menu conduit, etc,... Mes buses sont crées, mais je n'ai pas l'impression que le mur soit réellement percé??????.

Si quelqu'un veut bien me donner un soup de main, je suis preneur.

Bon aprem à tous.

cdlt

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CADastrophe
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Re: traversée de mur par des buses

12-11-2013 06:47 AM in reply to: cacolac69

Bonjour et bienvenue! Est-ce que vous travaillez avec un modèle architectural lié? Si oui, alors vous ne pouvez pas "couper un trou dans" ou "faire une ouverture" à travers les murs qui appartiennent à un modèle lié.

 

 

Google Translate, French to English:


cacolac69 wrote:

"I wish to penetrate PVC nozzle into a building. So I took the menu driven, etc. ... My nozzles are created, but I do not have the impression that the wall is actually pierced???. If someone wants to give me a hint of hand, I'm interested. Good after noon to all."



CADastrophe wrote:

"Hello and welcome! Are you working with an architectural model linked? If yes, then you can not "cut a hole" or "make an opening" through walls that belong to a linked model."


 

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