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    Analytical Floor for Model In Place

    I am creating an in place floor and I want to creat analytical element for it.
    I tried to create closed loop lines but the resultant did not accept loads.
    How can I simulate the analytial element of built in floors?
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    Use a real floor system element. Almost every model in place family will lose system functions and all you get is the category visibility controls.

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    Quote Originally Posted by elton williams View Post
    Use a real floor system element. Almost every model in place family will lose system functions and all you get is the category visibility controls.
    What I am trying to do is creating a structural stair that accept reinforcement with analytical element that accept loads and can be exported to robot

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