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    Distortion of adaptive component when placed onto divided path

    Hi guys !

    There´s something really wierd happening to my 2 point adaptive component when placed on a reference line a with divided path.

    The component distorts (doesn´t conserve diameter of top rail along the path) when placed on certain divided paths.

    The strange thing is that the family works fine on one of the divided paths, and when placed on the inclined and horizontal supports of the stairs.

    :banghead: :crazy:

    The reference lines and divided paths have all been created the same way.

    Could someone please help me out of this confusion ? Cheers:beer:


    revit version : 2016
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    Adaptive component distorts when placed on divided paths

    Hi guys !

    Could someone please help me out of this confusion ?

    I have a 2-point adaptive component of a glass panel and a top rail.
    I have inserted this into my project following the steps below :

    1. place reference planes
    2. create in-place mass , draw reference lines on the said reference planes
    3. divided path of the reference lines
    4. placed adaptive component on nodes


    Problem :
    The adaptive component works only on one of the divided paths, out of 6 created.
    On the other divided paths the top rail of the component is distorted.(cross-section of the top rail isn´t constant).

    I´ve attached a screenshot.




    I have tried to use the adaptive component on other inclined surfaces (supports of the stairs)
    and it works perfectly.

    Where could I be going wrong?

    Thanks

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      #3
      Can you upload the adaptive families for us to look in detail?

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        #4
        Hi asintoras !

        Thanks for the reply ! ... I posted this same question and it was resolved here

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          #5
          Good to know! And a useful family you have got there... I might give it a try in some projects. Thanks for posting it.

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