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    Hatch Pattern

    Hi there,
    Where can I find hatch patters, especially this type, what I am attaching (print screen).
    I know , it is possible to write some scripts in .pat and create one. How can I do it?\
    Thanks
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    #2
    Look for PyRevit. It is a revit plugin that helps you create hatch pattens amongst many other things.
    Company Website: www.deurloobm.nl
    Revit Ideas: Is this family Mirrored? | Approve warnings | Family Type parameter just those in the family

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      #3
      Have a look at pyrevit make pattern.
      You can just draw the desired pattern and generate a pat file from it.
      https://www.notion.so/pyRevit-bd907d...c46e84b6ef67a0
      Geert Vennix, architecte
      www.geertvennix.eu

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        #4
        +1 for pyrevit make pattern tool :wine:
        There are no stupid questions, only stupid people

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          #5
          there is other little gems in it:
          batch sheet maker
          increment selected sheet numbers
          load more types
          batch duplicate views
          distribute and allign (pyrevit plus)
          select mirrored doors
          etc
          Geert Vennix, architecte
          www.geertvennix.eu

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            #6
            Wow! Thanks for the pyRevit link :thumbsup:
            William Sutherland rias riba
            WS Architecture Ltd

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              #7
              Originally posted by Geert View Post
              there is other little gems in it:
              batch sheet maker
              increment selected sheet numbers
              load more types
              batch duplicate views
              distribute and allign (pyrevit plus)
              select mirrored doors
              etc
              BIM42 align
              There are no stupid questions, only stupid people

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                #8
                I know, but until now not on 2020
                Geert Vennix, architecte
                www.geertvennix.eu

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                  #9
                  Simplest possible PAT file for that particular pattern:
                  Code:
                  *DASHDIAG,Dashed stepped diagonally
                  45, 0,0, .125,.125, .125,-.125
                  That makes a drafting pattern, angled 45 degrees, each line 0.125 inches long and spaced 0.125 inches apart. If you want different sizes adjust accordingly.

                  If you want it in mm, then add the following line at the start:
                  Code:
                  ;%UNITS=MM
                  If you want it as a model pattern - not adjusting per scale, add the following at the start:
                  Code:
                  ;%TYPE=MODEL
                  Save it all in a text file which you name: DASHDIAG.PAT

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