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    Analytical line for model in place beam...

    good day;

    how can i put a analytical line in my bent beam? is that possible? i model the beam in sweep solid...

    any suggestions.....


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    Last edited by christian0102580; August 12, 2011, 05:28 AM.

    #2
    What do you mean by analytical line? Are you meaning symbolic lines?
    Fallon Brooks
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    Harrison Drywall, Inc.
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      #3
      i mean analytical model.....:banghead:

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        #4
        You will probably find its already there, just hidden in your visibility settings

        Try typing "VG"
        then go turn on your analytical lines under "structural framing" and the same for "structural columns"

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          #5
          already check that but for the beam that i model in place using sweep solid, the analytical model is not shown

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            #6
            maybe you should post the family?
            Julien
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              #7
              Is there are reason you didn't just use a beam family and draw it curved using the placement options? Is your inplace beam in the Structural Framing category?
              Chris Price
              Co Founder | BIM Manager | Product Designer | B.Arch (QUT)
              Xrev Revit API Add-ins | Revit Rants

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                #8
                Originally posted by Mr Spot View Post
                Is there are reason you didn't just use a beam family and draw it curved using the placement options? Is your inplace beam in the Structural Framing category?
                I dont think he is trying to get a "curved" beam. Bent beams are a lacking family in the OOTB library. I think you nailed it thought, verify that the in place beam is created with the Structural Framing category. By default it is Generic Model. However I am not 100% sure that Revit will even put a analytical line with a in place family.
                -Alex Cunningham

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                  #9
                  i already verified that the beam is on the structural framing category......see the attach file.

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                    #10
                    Oops, I didn't notice that image (was that always there?).

                    Why not just used to beams, they will mitre nicely together like that automatically if drawn properly and then you don't need to even use an in-place family?
                    Chris Price
                    Co Founder | BIM Manager | Product Designer | B.Arch (QUT)
                    Xrev Revit API Add-ins | Revit Rants

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