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"Some Void forms of this family do not cut anything and will be deleted."

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AzizAAA
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"Some Void forms of this family do not cut anything and will be deleted."

Hello there,

 

I am trying to cut through a Solid Mass using a Void Mass but I get the error message as shown in the pictures.

What is causing the problem & How to fix it ?

 

I already saw other posts regarding this issue but nothing specifically helped me, Also tried to do it in both 2023 Version and 2024 Version.

Thanks.

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Message 2 of 6
Revit_Whisperer
in reply to: AzizAAA

The solid and the void need to be in the same In Place instance.

Draw the solid, finish sketch.

Draw the void, finish sketch

Finish inplace.inplace void.jpg

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syman2000
in reply to: AzizAAA

Try extending the void beyond the solid mass.

 

syman2000_0-1694444263054.png

 

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AzizAAA
in reply to: Revit_Whisperer

Thank you for your reply, but they're at the same instance from what I see.

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AzizAAA
in reply to: syman2000

Thank you for your time, It's still giving me the same error message after doing so

Message 6 of 6
AzizAAA
in reply to: AzizAAA

Hello again guys.

 

Apparently I figured what was the problem...

I was trying to make another independent void mass instead of modifying the mass I am already on, That's why it couldn't see the mass I was trying to cut.

 

Thank you all for your precious time.

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