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    curved fin wall

    how do I revitze this:curvy wall small.jpg

    #2
    Pay Aaron to do it. lol

    Could you create the fins as a wall (or face) based family then array it?
    Dan

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      #3
      I figure it will be some sort of an array, with some sort of void form. We have a curvy corridor that I'd like to array the fins along this curved path. But then I'd like to "carve" out portions of the fins. See also this project: http://archrecord.construction.com/r...ow.asp?slide=8

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        #4
        I think I would do the wall as an in place family (sweep) w/ arrayed voids @ whatever distance you need
        Juan Carlos Moreno
        Store Designer & Merchandising Manager
        Sisley Cosmetics

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          #5
          I would tell my designers to redesign it.
          -Alex Cunningham

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            #6
            Could you do something with a cutain wall? Have the fin profile for the mullions maybe?
            Dan

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              #7
              Originally posted by t1shep View Post
              how do I revitze this:[ATTACH=CONFIG]992[/ATTACH]
              I have to hold on to the wall to get to the bathroom if I worked there. That makes me dizzy!
              I'm retired, if you don't like it, go around!

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                #8
                This could probably be modeled as a Conceptual Mass with Adaptive Components.

                Take a look here:

                http://designreform.net/2010/08/auto...ve-components/

                http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-HgrJ...layer_embedded

                http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QPMzx...layer_embedded

                Using Adaptive Components and Conceptual Mass, you can create the "ribs" (profiles made with Adaptive Components)
                which will "stick" to the overall form created with a Conceptual Mass.

                You would need top build the Conceptual Mass with the curvy profile, locate some reference points on it, then add the adaptive component "ribs".
                The adaptive components can have the thickness built into them, or an instance parameter which would control the thickness if you needed to change it for each rib.
                Last edited by cliff collins; March 1, 2011, 09:40 PM.
                Cliff B. Collins
                Registered Architect
                The Lamar Johnson Collaborative Architects, St. Louis, MO
                Autodesk Expert Elite

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