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    Hello, Im trying to model rebar mats (prefabricated rebar nets). Is there a way to model it as parametric family? Cuz rebar diameter and distance between them changes and depends on mat type.
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    Have you tried Fabric Sheet?

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    Use Area instead of individual mats, it's a lot faster.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DpdT4_S3UZY

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nurlan View Post
    Have you tried Fabric Sheet?
    Will try a fabric sheet. Thank you sir.

    Quote Originally Posted by mjajansen View Post
    Use Area instead of individual mats, it's a lot faster.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DpdT4_S3UZY
    I know about area reinforcement but in this project i need to use rebar mats. Thank you.

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