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    Wall connection

    Strange, in plan view plasterboard does not join another plasterboard, finishes etc set up correctly. In 3 d everything correct. Where is the problem?
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    #2
    maybe the cut plan in the plan view is above the interior wall?

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      #3
      my biggest enemy, walls. Damn i got so many errors and i spent so much time on joining walls finishes etc.. where is my mistake? ;/
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        #4
        IMHO the mistake is having the finish as a part of the wall. It always causes issues.
        We typically models finishes as a separate wall.
        Helps in scheduling as well
        Andrew Harp
        BIM Manager GHD
        If you are not willing to learn, no one can help you.
        If you are determined to learn, no one can stop you.

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          #5
          Damnit, having 3 walls instead 1 causes many other problems? such as openings. Or if you want to move wall , you need to move all 3 walls.. nonsense.. so u suggest me to place finish walls in my project? And thats normal wokflow for revit? what about instulation, also another wall?
          Last edited by bangobeat; May 26, 2011, 10:36 AM.

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            #6
            for example i changed dimensions of the wall then message appeared cant join elements, most of the time it does like that. Then i am joining again ( picture2) . And result picture 1. Is this because i have finish layer?? if yes i quit my job and i go on construction site to mix concrete with teeth brusher.
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              #7
              LOL - You might wanna consider buying them in large bulks then :laugh:

              On a more serious note. I´m not a big fan of modeling finishes separately, and usually have no problems getting the joins to behave... Are you certain that you have the "Functions" of the layers right, and are the troubled layers of the same material? Maybe strip down the project, and upload it here or elsewhere for us to have a look at?
              Klaus Munkholm
              "Do. Or do not. There is no try."

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                #8
                Sure i can, enjoy.
                http://www.2shared.com/file/BAzhVPUB/wall_finishes.html

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                  #9
                  Already stripped down the file you uploaded earlier this week, and found a few issues... In the exterior wall all layers where within the "Core Boundary" - Changed that so only the Concrete layer are now within the Bore Boundary. One of the partition walls had "metal" set for the material, thus it wouldn´t joint correctly with the other concrete cores... As you can see I got it working in this file... Do I need to test the one you just uploaded too?

                  Another thing to be aware of is the heights of the walls you are having trouble joining... noticed that you use a lot of different heights, offsets, etc. - Try to avoid that when ever it´s possible.
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                  Klaus Munkholm
                  "Do. Or do not. There is no try."

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                    #10
                    Just took a quick look at the new file you provided... for all three walls, move all the Finish layers out of the "Core Boundary", leaving only the concrete/structure within. Drag the walls away from each other, trim the two partition walls, and you´ll get this.

                    BTW - Feel sorry for the guy who´s gonna be applying the gypsum layers inside the shaft
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                    Klaus Munkholm
                    "Do. Or do not. There is no try."

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