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Using GUID planning and fabrication

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hlammerts

In our project the choose is made to use Guid as identifier and link to other software. The revit (nwc files) use this as a rigid connection. This method surely has some cons and pros. Once a object is modelled in the design process it seems that it not possible (*?) to delete a object and replace it anymore, to replace it with a more detailled one in the next stage of the design proces (*correct?) If so, this will definitly constrain an limit the choice of modelling techniques. The first choice is very important (*?). So, objects need to be very flexible all the way to fabrication of the parts.

 

I was wondering if there a any revit modelers having experience with this methology to share some idea's and experiences.

 

Is it not possible to delete / copy / assign guids? Theoretical / in practice

What other methods are there to work together with panning and clash analysis software?

 

*? : meaning .. I have no experience to oversee all consequences.. 'Is this the case?'

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tzframpton

I hate to send you to another forum, but I do not have the capacity to answer this question. This is above my current Revit knowledge. This would certainly get answered if you were to sign up and ask over at RevitForum.org if nobody at CADTutor.net is able to assist you on this.

 

-TZ

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tzframpton

My apologies, I just hopped over to RFO and see you posted there too. :)

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halam

I was betting on that horse as well. (dutch saying translation)

Probably a better forum for this question in the first place.

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tzframpton

Yes it most certainly is. The amount of Revit "brain capacity" over there is absolutely ridiculous. :)

 

Hope you find a solution Halam. -TZ

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tzframpton

Rob very well may.

 

I saw the thread over there. I subscribed to it - I'm interested in seeing some responses. -TZ

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