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    Multiple level topography

    I am working on a project where I want to model a toposurface for grade (soil), then down lower I want to model the elevation of bedrock.

    There doesn't seem to be any good way to do this, as in a section/elevation view, the hatching overlaps.

    Does anyone have any solutions for this issue?

    Thanks!

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    Another issue I am then having is cutting a building pad causes the lower bedrock topography to move UP to the building, above modeled the toposurface.

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      Peter-

      What you are running in to is that topo is really only a surface model in Revit, and then the Vertical Views get a forced hatch that universally goes down to a specific elevation.

      Because of the many shortcomings with it, i recommend using Roofs with shape editing, instead of topo. Then, if you use Dynamo at all, you can visit www.landarchbim.com and see some of Lauren Schmidt's work in using Dynamo to make Roof and Floor shape editing automatically follow topography. Its badass.

      Revit topo (in short) is a giant bag of ****.
      Aaron "selfish AND petulant" Maller |P A R A L L A X T E A M | Practice Technology Implementation
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