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*David Kozina
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Thickened slab footings

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11-04-2008 12:57 PM
How do you create thickened slab footings?:

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I cannot seem to modify a wall footing type to have the 'beveled' sides.
Even if it turns out that I can get beveled sides, how would I add a 'wall'
footing without the wall? (Usually we provide these footings below
non-bearing walls, which we don't typically draw or show.)
IOW, I just need a footing inserted inside the slab on grade, kind of like a
thickened slab edge (and it's mirror) without the edge.

Any suggestions would be appreciated.

Regards,
David Kozina
*Zaras
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Re: Thickened slab footings

11-05-2008 11:28 AM in reply to: *David Kozina
I actually ended up having to create a new family using a Concrete Beam
family. Edit the family to have the beveled sides and place it in the
project paying attention to where the top of the beam/thickened slab is
located.
--
Leannie

"Not only is life a bitch, but it is always having puppies."
- Adrienne Gusoff

"David Kozina" <"David Kozina"> wrote in message
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How do you create thickened slab footings?:

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\_____/

I cannot seem to modify a wall footing type to have the 'beveled' sides.
Even if it turns out that I can get beveled sides, how would I add a 'wall'
footing without the wall? (Usually we provide these footings below
non-bearing walls, which we don't typically draw or show.)
IOW, I just need a footing inserted inside the slab on grade, kind of like a
thickened slab edge (and it's mirror) without the edge.

Any suggestions would be appreciated.

Regards,
David Kozina
*David Kozina
Message 3 of 7 (2,047 Views)

Re: Thickened slab footings

11-05-2008 03:42 PM in reply to: *David Kozina
That makes more sense than what I was trying.
I will look into this. Thanks much for the reply!

Regards,
David Kozina


"Zaras" wrote in message
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I actually ended up having to create a new family using a Concrete Beam
family. Edit the family to have the beveled sides and place it in the
project paying attention to where the top of the beam/thickened slab is
located.
--
Leannie

"Not only is life a bitch, but it is always having puppies."
- Adrienne Gusoff

"David Kozina" <"David Kozina"> wrote in message
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How do you create thickened slab footings?:

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kevms
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Re: Thickened slab footings

06-22-2011 09:06 AM in reply to: *David Kozina

I was just wondering if you had any luck creating a thickened slab with the bevelled edges. I posted a similar topic and was just wondering if there was any progress, as well what is the possibility of getting the family you created. I am new to revit and I am having difficulty trying to create a new family.

 

any help would be appreciated.

 

kevin

Kevin
Using Revit Structure 2012, 2013, 2014
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Message 5 of 7 (1,601 Views)

Re: Thickened slab footings

01-19-2012 06:57 AM in reply to: kevms

I am also having issues with thickened slabs with the bevel on both sides.

Has there been any success for anyone?  Has anyone been able to make the "concrete beam with beveled edges" idea work?

Thanks in advance!

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ArthurMacLeod5818
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Message 6 of 7 (1,595 Views)

Re: Thickened slab footings

01-19-2012 11:15 AM in reply to: *David Kozina

How about making an inplace foundation family. Make a profile of the section with the top at the bottom of the slab. Create a sweep and trace the nonbearing wall locations.

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kevms
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Message 7 of 7 (1,588 Views)

Re: Thickened slab footings

01-19-2012 11:36 AM in reply to: ArthurMacLeod5818

Yep, I did this about a week ago. I created a new wall type with a sweep and also for the different wall thicknesses i use. when you have a deadline it is amazing what you can figure out.

 

Thanks anyway

Kevin
Using Revit Structure 2012, 2013, 2014
I think I am getting the hang of this revit stuff
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