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    Boundry Wall with studs

    Is there any way to create a boundry wall like in attached rvt with wall/ curtain wall/ Line based family

    LJU
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    #2
    Are the edges actually structural members? if so the way you have it modeled is pretty close to what it should be.

    That said - yes it is possible to create it as a curtain wall or a line-based family, although I don't know if I would do either. How big is the building / project? What is the reason for wanting to create a full wall assembly versus using structural members & a wall?
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      #3
      In lot of projects, we have to enclose the campus either by fencing or by a boundry wall. These walls are long enough. Normally thes walls have columns (brick/RCC) & pannels in between col may be 115 to 230mm thick brick wall. Top of wall is caped by coping to resist rain water. These coping may be of brick, but for more strength RCC is prefered. Columns are normally spaced @ 3 to 4 mtr interwal. A wall is made in a strech of about 30 mtr& then after an expansion joint next strech is made. Suppose we have to made a 800 mtr length of boundry wall, how much time it will take. That's why I need a solution so that I can made a wall with vertical & hor mullions at regular spacing.
      LJU

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        #4
        Originally posted by lallanji View Post
        Suppose we have to made a 800 mtr length of boundry wall, how much time it will take. That's why I need a solution so that I can made a wall with vertical & hor mullions at regular spacing.
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          #5
          Railing or Curtain wall which one can be sheduled better ?

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            #6
            Depends. For lengths? Railings. For components? Curtain Walls.

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              #7
              Thanks

              LJU

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