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    creating axonometric 30/30 degree in Revit Architecture?

    Hi to all. I am a big fan of Revit. I am working on an architectural contest and I am supposed to make an axonometric view 30/30 in 1:200 scale? How can I make this in Revit? and I am looking for a way to do this as a rendered image, not just a line drawing?

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    I believe if you click on the corner of the cube in a 3D view (Like Top/Front/Right) that is the view your wanting...

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    Quote Originally Posted by MPwuzhere View Post
    I believe if you click on the corner of the cube in a 3D view (Like Top/Front/Right) that is the view your wanting...

    thank you for the reply! I have always thought that the corner from the 3D cube gives us 60degree, but you are right, I just measured it and it is 30 degree angle.

    Thank you!

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