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    Framing Plan/ Visibility Graphics

    How do I create a framing plan or display structure as a dashed line on my floor?

    I created a floor that has an air space layer big enough to house my beams. The beams are aligned to the top of the air space. I really want the beams to visible when looking at the floor plan. How can I do this? Is there another type of view that I need to create to see the framing plan?

    Anybody got any ideas?

    Thanks,

    Rookie Revit User/Student

    #2
    First type"vg" and make sure structural framing is turned on. Then switch the view discipline from architectural to structural or coordination.

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      #3
      cheers, that was easier than I thought

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        #4
        I find in Revit Architecture that changing the discipline to structural makes the walls disappear and I have always kept them in the background before. So I keep it set to Architectural, however if you keep the detail level set to coarse it shows you the single line elements for the structural beams.

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          #5
          Originally posted by Mike Ferrell View Post
          I find in Revit Architecture that changing the discipline to structural makes the walls disappear and I have always kept them in the background before. So I keep it set to Architectural, however if you keep the detail level set to coarse it shows you the single line elements for the structural beams.
          The walls should only disapear if youi have them as non-structural walls. If you have them set to shear walls or baring walls they should show in both Arch ans Struct discipline.

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