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    Qto

    HI all,

    I have been playing with the QTO function in Navis and have been having some fun. I do have one question that i cant quite figure out though.
    How do you adjust the quants in the quantification workbook once the model has been adjusted to lower number?

    OK, so if the structural columns increase in number from 30 to 50 you can use a selection set to pick all of the columns, add to existing quants. You will then get a message saying do you want to add all of them to the quantities, when you select "no" it will only add the additional ones, which is good. so t h quantification increases from 30 to 50 by adding the new 20.

    What happens when the column number is reduced and changes from 30 down to 25, is there a way to reduce the number in the take off?
    I have tried the Change Analysis tool which did pick up some changes, but not all.

    Is there a smart way to be able to adjust the quantities down from a model in the constructed quantification workbook?

    I hope this makes sense.
    Andrew Harp
    BIM Manager GHD
    If you are not willing to learn, no one can help you.
    If you are determined to learn, no one can stop you.

    #2
    Not to make you learn another software, but you can use Dynamo controlled by excel for QTO right out of Revit. Assuming your Navis is coming from Revit in the first place.
    https://youtu.be/QGiLNruXv60
    RB Cameron, AIA, LEED AP, EDAC, NCARB
    Architect - Parametric Designer - Visualization Instructor
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