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  • Dave Jones
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    Originally posted by peter smith View Post
    Hello,

    I have a standard curtain wall. On the upperside of a transom there is a continuous small L-profile (between the 2 mullions). And 2 transoms further (direction rightside of curtain wall) I have a small L-profile (no continuous) hang under a transom.

    I tried to draw "wall: sweep", but it doesn't work. Does anyone know how I can solve these 2 problems?
    Regards,
    Peter smith
    build the "L" shapes into a mullion profile. If you could post a screen shot of what you are looking for I'll build you a mullion profile for it. Of consideration when doing this is, how do the L shapes end? Normally in curtain walls the vertical mullions are continuous and the horizontal mullions run between. So, either the vertical mullion exterior portion is deep enough to "capture" the L shape, or it hangs out in space when it ends. A picture would help to visualize what you are wanting to do.

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  • Karalon10
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    Im not sure if this is the ideal workflow, but you could add the L profile to the panel family. This might depend how your curtain wall panels are done, if it is at the top of every panel (assuming each panel is full height between transoms) Worth a try at least.
    If its just an isolated case, just model a L-profile beam

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  • peter smith
    started a topic L-profile on / under the transom (curtain wall)

    L-profile on / under the transom (curtain wall)

    Hello,

    I have a standard curtain wall. On the upperside of a transom there is a continuous small L-profile (between the 2 mullions). And 2 transoms further (direction rightside of curtain wall) I have a small L-profile (no continuous) hang under a transom.

    I tried to draw "wall: sweep", but it doesn't work.

    Does anyone know how I can solve these 2 problems?


    Regards,
    Peter smith

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