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  1. Hi, I am new to Revit and would like to ask a few questions regarding walls. I have created a new wall type with structural wall 200 mm with painting finish of 2 mm thick. For annotation, I want the dimensions to be inbetween the face of the structural wall. However, each and every time Revit is automatically deducing the thickness I have attributed to the finish. Furthermore, in wall definition, I see Finish 1 [4] and Finish 1 [5]. Is there a differences between the two? Thanks in advance for your advices.
  2. Hello everyone, I've always layout my floor plans three dimensionally with the tools pallets commands such as walls, rails, door, windows & ect. I always have my walls pre-hatched with the solid pattern which is really effective to the floor plan. Normally when I put windows in the wall the window is clearly shown without the hatch in the wall but for some reason my wall's hatch started covering the windows and I can't seem to solve this problem.
  3. Hi, im drawing a wall section of a building on cad, the wall consists of outer brick, wall insulation & breezeblock. is their an industry standard way to represent these materials? for example a certain type of hatch pattern that should be used? also, how should i represent the wall insulation? thanks in advance
  4. Movieangel

    Help with Stud.LSP

    So I have tried to modify a batt insulation lsp originally created by David Sides to draw studs. You would think this would be easy because all I need are 45 degree lines, but I am having some trouble. I have gotten it to work for Horizontal walls and it is ok for vertical walls a bit glitchy but not horrible. Walls at an angle on the otherhand are horrible. Any advice? ;; STUD.LSP ;; ;;========================================================== (setq xos (getvar "osmode")) (setvar "osmode" 0) (defun SSV (savelist) (mapcar '(lambda (sysvar) (list sysvar (getvar sysvar)) ) s
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