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    Wall Free-End

    I have a free standing concrete wall; I am trying to cut the ends so they are at a skewed angle from the wall centerline. Is there any way to accomplish this? So far, my best option seems to be adding a fake wall at the required angle, trimming the real wall to the fake wall, and then making sure the fake wall isn't seen. It seems like we are missing something that is very much a real-world option. Walls are not always built to end at 90 degrees.
    ~Isabella

    #2
    You could edit "wall profil" in a section view or a elevation view of the wall (if I understand correctly your problem with the "fake" wall).
    Alex Fugère
    technologue en génie civil
    Douglas Consultants inc.
    www.douglasconsultants.ca

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      #3
      Originally posted by Alex F. View Post
      You could edit "wall profil" in a section view or a elevation view of the wall
      If I understand the OP correctly, I think Isabella wants to cut the wall end skew in plan, not in elevation - in which case (Isabella) you want to use an in-place modelled "wall" void to cut the end of the wall at the desired angle.
      Last edited by snowyweston; December 14, 2011, 08:36 PM.

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        #4
        You can also use a wall reveal, or with 2012, you can cut a wall with a generic model family which contains a void
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        http://www.revic.org.au

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