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    Vertical Gutter ?

    Do I have some option to create vertical gutters (pipes) in rac 2012? I mean real gutters, not to create it as a steel column or something...

    #2
    No. You have to create your own family. Check this thread:

    http://www.revitforum.org/architectu...ly-origin.html

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      #3
      thanks. if I new better word for "olucna vertikala" i would find it myself. but for some reason it doesn't work. at this time i can't deal with this (deadlines). i'll just import it from sketchup.

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        #4
        That would be "downspout". "Gutter" is "horizontalni zlijeb" in this case.

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          #5
          Originally posted by confido View Post
          thanks. if I new better word for "olucna vertikala" i would find it myself. but for some reason it doesn't work. at this time i can't deal with this (deadlines). i'll just import it from sketchup.
          How confident are you that your next project won't have a deadline?
          It's fairly easy:
          1. Generic model Line Based
          2. Create sweep with round profile
          3. Add corners, attachments as needed.
          4. Done.
          Martijn de Riet
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            #6
            Why line based? Just curious. Wouldn't face based be better?

            Good question about the next project not having a deadline. :laugh:
            Dan

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              #7
              Cause I like to just draw them in elevation. Should have mentioned that it needs to be Workplane based. Go to Elevation, select the wall face as workplane, sketch and presto...
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                #8
                Originally posted by dzatto View Post
                Why line based? Just curious. Wouldn't face based be better?

                Good question about the next project not having a deadline. :laugh:
                .... Hows that template coming there buddy???
                -Alex Cunningham

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                  #9
                  Originally posted by mdradvies View Post
                  How confident are you that your next project won't have a deadline?
                  Well... you're wright, there allways will be some deadline, but this project I'm working on is my first project in revit and working on it i learned a lot. I created tags, title blocks, wall families etc... which will be included in my default template. so I think I'll work much faster on my next project which is in prepare by the way.

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                    #10
                    Hey, just wanted you to be aware, no need to defend yourself...
                    I've always had a rule in my business: on each and every project, take a day or two to create stuff you have been using workarounds for. This way you can create a library and still have some bread to eat...
                    Seems like you got your share on this one, so save it for the next project. Just keep in mind to keep up the good work in creating new content! :thumbsup:
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