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Include Mass in a Multi-Category Schedule

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08-16-2013 07:47 AM

I have created a schedule based off some OFCI ( Owner Furnished Contractor Installed) Items.  Some of these items cannot be found online or in the revit library (such as a spectrophotometer).  So I  created a mass and identified type marks for these items.  However, I cannot seem to get the mass items to show on the multi-category schedule.  Is there a way to do this or another way to create a schedule that includes mass and equipment?

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Re: Include Mass in a Multi-Category Schedule

08-16-2013 04:04 PM in reply to: rcodys

If you want a "place-holder" item, make a family with a simple box as a generic model. Masses don't get mixed with other elements in the multi-category schedule, but generic models do.

 

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