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    Hey guys,

    I am a bit frustrated with this one.
    I am trying to plan a road outside the project and a ramp to go through the plot until the parking area.
    Both have sloped areas. I ve used a floor and modiefied the point to create the slopes i neaded. That killed me!!!!!
    After as you can see on the section i tryied to built wall and foundation on both site of the ramp...

    The only thing that worked was generic models with swept blends!
    But as you can see i had to do it part pro part and the connections of the generil walls are terrible!



    Is there any better way to do this? am i so wrong on it?

    Thanks!
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    #2
    The Swept Blend method has worked for me for a stair railing. Have not tried it in siteworks.
    Before you start the wall, create a Profile family that defines the profile of the wall to sweep. (A rectangle the width and height of your retaining wall.)
    Create and In‐Place family of Wall category; create a Swept Blend; define the (flat, horizontal) path of the stair/footpath/ramp in a Plan view; choose your profile as the start and end profiles; (and this is the important bit) set the Vertical Offset for each profile to specify the heights for your sweep's start and finish.
    Note that alternatively you could define a different profile for the start and finish of the sweep.
    Hope this helps.
    Last edited by anthonyB; April 11, 2017, 04:01 AM.

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      #3
      Originally posted by sotekt View Post


      Hey guys,

      I am a bit frustrated with this one.
      I am trying to plan a road outside the project and a ramp to go through the plot until the parking area.
      Both have sloped areas. I ve used a floor and modiefied the point to create the slopes i neaded. That killed me!!!!!
      After as you can see on the section i tryied to built wall and foundation on both site of the ramp...

      The only thing that worked was generic models with swept blends!
      But as you can see i had to do it part pro part and the connections of the generil walls are terrible!



      Is there any better way to do this? am i so wrong on it?

      Thanks!
      This is why it is suggested to use roofs instead of floors...
      Michael "MP" Patrick (Deceased - R.I.P)

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        #4
        I still dont get it!

        In the way that my road/ ramp is.. how is the besto way to just make the ramp first of all...? as a family? as a sloped floor or roof?

        Any links that i could see any videos?

        Thanks

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          #5
          Originally posted by sotekt View Post
          I still dont get it!

          In the way that my road/ ramp is.. how is the besto way to just make the ramp first of all...? as a family? as a sloped floor or roof?

          Any links that i could see any videos?

          Thanks
          I already said...use a roof...see attached.
          Attached Files
          Michael "MP" Patrick (Deceased - R.I.P)

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            #6
            Okey i will use a roof... but is there any way that i a floor plan these lines wont appear?
            thanks again
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              #7
              yes, in your VG settings scroll down to floors and open out the + sign and uncheck "interior edges"

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