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    How to trim or join countertop of kitchen ?

    HI everyone in the forum, i faced a problem that - i have two counter one of them is not 90 degree so when you align one to the wall the other is not align. plus i faced problem of joining two counter when doing furniture in 2d. (the same effect on 3d) can anyone tell me how to fix it ?
    Thanks for the help
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    You can not join geometry in the "Casework" category... It's one of those weird limitations in the software... You could however, change the countertops to the "Generic" category instead. Their´s pros and cons to this "fix" so take a minute to think about it before you change it.

    If you don't want Generic countertops, you'll have to apply a parametric angle to the family, and use the Linework tool to make the two countertops appear as one. Or even better, create a new L shaped countertop, still with a parametric angle, and replace the current two countertops with the new one.
    Klaus Munkholm
    "Do. Or do not. There is no try."

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      #3
      should i use refrence line (not refrence plane) to make it angular parametric ?

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        #4
        That's how I would do it. Create it once using reference lines, and use it a million times. :thumbsup:
        Dan

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          #5
          I just made a bent counter top and uploaded it to Revit City .https://www.revitcity.com/downloads...._file_type=rfa Just change the inside angle to bend it. The stretchy depth and lengths are instance parameters. The angle is a type parameter.
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