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    Fieldstone hatch pattens

    I am looking for fieldstone or rubble hatch pattern for exterior walls.
    Is there a source I can get a ready-made one?
    Is there a simple way to create this?

    #2
    I remember getting some from Centurion stone and also from Eldorado stone. Might have been render images.
    https://www.eldoradostone.com/
    https://www.centurionstone.com/archi...s-instructions

    and the RevitKid has some model pats of fieldstone
    Last edited by biff; May 17, 2020, 07:30 AM.
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      #3
      Coronado stone has some hatch patterns as well:

      https://www.coronado.com/ArchitecturalResources
      Chad Koscinski | Architect

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        #4
        Thank you, Biff and Chadwick17, for your help.
        Will try them out.

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          #5
          Some great looking hatch patterns and textures in those links - thank you

          I was going to post my one stone hatch pattern but those sites have lots - can't wait to try them out :beer:
          William Sutherland rias riba
          WS Architecture Ltd

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            #6
            Haha. I was waiting for you to post your Will! Go on. You of all people would have good ones.
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              #7
              To be honest biff I've forgotten how to bring a hatch pattern out of Revit

              Do you have to create a wall and then save it as a Revit file?

              Cheers,
              William Sutherland rias riba
              WS Architecture Ltd

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                #8
                My enthusiasm for the linked sites has waned a bit as the textures and hatches don't repeat too well.

                A site I have used recently for hatches to bring into Revit that worked really well is this free one:
                http://www.cadhatch.com

                I used the method suggested in a UK dealership blog post. Create a filled area in Autocad. Save as DWG. Import into Revit and explode it. The hatch then appears in your list of hatches. Sounds a bit weird but it seemed to work.
                William Sutherland rias riba
                WS Architecture Ltd

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                  #9
                  The Centurion patterns would have to be edited to include Model or Drafting pattern info for Revit.

                  The Coronado stone patterns for Revit appear to all be Drafting patterns, which is a bit ridiculous.

                  All in all fairly useless without putting in extra work.

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                    #10
                    Originally posted by PatrickGSR94 View Post
                    The Centurion patterns would have to be edited to include Model or Drafting pattern info for Revit.

                    The Coronado stone patterns for Revit appear to all be Drafting patterns, which is a bit ridiculous.

                    All in all fairly useless without putting in extra work.
                    Isn't this minimal extra work though? All you have to do is add ;%TYPE=MODEL to the top of the hatch pattern file right?

                    The Coronado stone site has some good textures for rendering as well; at least they turn out solid in Enscape.
                    Chad Koscinski | Architect

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