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    Attach Wall to Floors at Different Elevations

    I'm working on a theatre and we have a double stud assembly between the threatres which on its own is fine but I need the base of the wall to follow the slopes of the floors on either side, which are of course at different locations. Is it possible to do this with a single wall without resorting to parts? The wall will be similar to UL U493. The attached section is approximately the end result.

    Thanks! :beer:
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    chad
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    Im pretty sure you can attach the base and/or top to multiple floors, if you just do it one at a time. The problem you are experiencing is because the way you modeled the slabs... well... sucks.

    Complete slabs, with shape editing. ONE of them has to go *under* the air space, too. Here, worked like a champ.
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      Originally posted by Twiceroadsfool View Post
      Im pretty sure you can attach the base and/or top to multiple floors, if you just do it one at a time. The problem you are experiencing is because the way you modeled the slabs... well... sucks.

      Complete slabs, with shape editing. ONE of them has to go *under* the air space, too. Here, worked like a champ.
      Yeah - I know I can attach to multiple floors which is part of why I couldn't figure out why this didn't want to work. Thanks! :beer:
      Last edited by cellophane; February 15, 2017, 03:01 PM.
      Revit for newbies - A starting point for RFO


      chad
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