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wall join behavior when using mitter

wall join behavior when using mitter

when you use a mitter join, between two walls of different heights the result is something like this:

mitter_default.jpg

I think in every situation this is not correct. The correct should be something like this:

mitter_appropriate.jpg

 or like this:

mitter_appropriate2.jpg

 or like this:

mitter_appropriate3.jpg

 depended on where the walls were extended by the user.

 

Right now the only way to achieve this is by creating separated walls, which is a little painful.

I think the developers should consider this in feature 3d wall improvements.

2 Comments
asf.arq
Enthusiast

Hey, @ar00302 !

Doesn't the wall join tool resolve this issue? Why would you rather use "mitter" instead of "butt" or "square off in this situation?

asfarq_4-1653299990671.png

 

asfarq_2-1653299881016.png

 

regards,
Arthur

wr.marshall
Advisor

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