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    How to Model a Curved Floor

    Hi All,

    I want to model a curved (semicircle) floor in revit structure 2012. The curvature is not in plan view, I mean you see the floor as a semicircle in a section or elevation of the model.
    How can I model this?

    Thanks

    #2
    Make an inplace family assigned to floor category.
    Or use a semicircle slab edge profile if the shape of your floor has a constant semicircle section. Apply this profile just in one edge. Anyway the first method is full proof.

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      #3
      Originally posted by gaby424 View Post
      Make an inplace family assigned to floor category.
      Or use a semicircle slab edge profile if the shape of your floor has a constant semicircle section. Apply this profile just in one edge. Anyway the first method is full proof.
      Thanks Gaby424 for quick reply,
      I could not find to do what you have said. Can you please explain it how to do it since I am not professional to revit.
      Wish you all the best.

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        #4
        http://screencast.com/t/gpWxZce3o2

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          #5
          Originally posted by Ali Akbar View Post
          ...I want to model a curved (semicircle) floor in revit structure 2012. The curvature is not in plan view, I mean you see the floor as a semicircle in a section or elevation of the model. How can I model this?
          A floor that is a semicircle in section or elevation? That sounds like a wall to me, which you could do by modifying a wall in elevation view with Edit Profile.

          ...Or a Roof by Extrusion.
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            #6
            Cool. Alf is thinking OOTB

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