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    analitical model inside generic model families?

    Q1
    Is it posible to make a generic model adaptive family to have analitical lines inside it? Or mabe just a generic model? Do I have the posibility to analize a model in other softwares like Robot, a model that is made by custom generated generic families. This familes have in reality the function of beams and columns.

    Q2
    Is it posible to insert rebar in this families inside the project or even inside the family? The shape of the families is a somehow complex(not just extrusions). They are from concrete.


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    A1 no. Maybe with some API trick but I doubt. This is a real limitation.

    A2 AC generic model and structural connexion can host rebars in the project. Tested with simple shapes only.

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