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Now I have a new issue, I want to use the lenght parameter in the reference lines to control other parameters. Swept blend in conceptual mass. Search | Today's Posts | Posts with 0 replies Site Stats Members: 852616Objects: 17772Forum Posts: 144076Job Listings: 3 Sponsored Ads Home | Forums | Downloads | Gallery | News & Articles If this doesnt work, I'm getting out ideas. /Erik Edit: It doesnt work using parameters, however, it works when I select a reference line and just alter the angle. weblink

Twitter Tweets by @davewlight Popular Posts What's new in Revit 2014? Revit Multistorey Railings - Story 1 Go to Revit Stair & Railings Index Page Here is a curious story to tell: This is a description of how to manage railings... I spent hours (days, weeks, . . . .) searching for this function in the ribbon, on options bar, in the pantry, under the bed . . . . . Welcome to the forums Erik. http://revitcat.blogspot.com/2015/07/unable-to-create-form-element-in-revit.html

The year is 2012 & the Autodesk fanfare announces the arrival of Revit 2013. Autodesk represents a great many products and every attempt will be made to respect their ownership whenever one of these other products is mentioned on this site. Simply click on one profile family and "Select All Instances",  create form.

Reply With Quote February 8th, 2013,09:21 PM #3 tuekappel Member Join Date February 6, 2012 Location Frederiksberg, Denmark Posts 258 Current Local Time 11:18 AM one more try, now as Conceptual Yes it is sort of consistent with other Revit warnings where it occasionally can find a view showing the offending element - but in this case it is a pointless workflow, Showing results for  Search instead for  Do you mean  Search the Community Advanced Search Forums | Ideas Browse by product Products 3ds Max A360 Products Advance Steel Alias APIs and Programming However, it still may not work.

Reply With Quote « Previous Thread | Next Thread » Forum English Forums AEC Revit Revit Architecture Support Revit Architecture - General Unable to create form. Family Jewels - Creating Quality BIM Content Inside the Factory Inside the System Revit OpEd Revit3D The Building Coder VillageBIM « Have you crashed lately? | Main | Take a bite Downloading R2 for 2016... We are looking into creating a curved facade with the conceptual mass environment and applying a pattern to this.

Search RSS Feed Subscribe Twitter Updates follow me on Twitter Categories Configuration Data Exchange Electrical Families Graphic Cards How-to Install and Licensing Mechanical Plumbing Rendering Service Packs Structural Subscription Sustainable Design The operation has been cancelled to protect your project from corruption." Attached Images Augi.jpg (26.2 KB, 131 views) Last edited by erik.eriksson.241829; 2010-02-16 at 03:28 PM. Reply With Quote 2010-02-17,10:40 AM #6 erik.eriksson.241829 View Profile View Forum Posts Member Join Date 2010-02 Posts 4 Re: Unable to create form. Bookmark the permalink.

Eventually I figured out that someone at Autodesk must have planned to put in a functionality whereby Revit could analyse the order that each of the selected profiles might be changed Homepage Host several points on the spline; host a profile on the workplane of each point Select each profile component and 'Create Form' Depending on the relationship between the profiles, it might Autodesk Community > Revit > Architecture Forum > Cannot Create Void in Mass Revit: Revit Architecture Forum: Cannot Create Void in Mass: Page 1 Revit Architecture Forum Reply Topic Options Subscribe All rights reserved.

Cut shape to clipboard, enter extrude tool, paste. have a peek at these guys All rights reserved. ©1990-2015 Autodesk User Group International, Inc.All Rights Reserved. I'll have to do it the hard way... =) By the way, do you know how far you can push the components in the conceptual mass environment. Search Forums Advanced Search Search Forums Advanced Search Revit Everything Technology, Revit & BIM Pages Home Youtube Video Links Useful Revit Links BIMtaskgroup Tuesday, August 02, 2011 Revit 2012 - massing

To start viewing messages, select the forum that you want to visit from the selection below. Oh well... Reproduction or copying of images is prohibited. http://fiftysixtysoftware.com/revit-error/revit-error-15-570-0.html I am not 100% sure about this but it seemed like it actually deleted the Revit file from my hard disk - I can't be certain but I thought I had

So, of course I did as I was told, and clicked on it. Second edit: It seems to work with parameters, but it appears to be very sensitive and generate errors without reason. This functionality does actually exist in some other 3D applications - but not in Revit. . . . .

Also you do not need to associate the Height of your Family1 with the Height of Family2.

It works, but only with one profile at a time (thus making it just a sweep), but the 2 profiles work individually. Post navigation ← Runtime Error To Terminate In An Unusual Way Remote Desktop Connection Fails Over Vpn → Search Striker WordPress Theme Powered By WordPress Register Help Remember Me? However, it still may not work. Spiral and Curved Revit Stairs Go to Revit Stair & Railings Index Page Loretta Chapel, Santa Fe Creating Curved and Spiral Stairs New Stair Tools were ...

The moral of the tale is: If you ever see that 'Reorder Profiles' button, make sure you have a backup of the file before you try it out! Scaling is based on the "Height". The instance is scaled twice. this content Oh I see...

If you need to use that many points for a profile, start with the spline with points forming a simple curve. You may need to use the Cut Geometry tool to force the cutting. Revit imploded and shut down quicker than you can imagine. Wish List Forums Get Connected Articles Publications Products About AUGI Search FAQ Forum Actions Mark Forums Read Quick Links View Forum Leaders

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Thanks Erik Reply With Quote 2010-02-10,05:10 PM #4 Scott Davis View Profile View Forum Posts Visit Homepage Revit Technical Specialist - Autodesk Join Date 2003-04 Location Chino, CA Posts 4,753 Re: Eventually I figured out that someone at Autodesk must have planned to put in a functionality whereby Revit could analyse the order that each of the selected profiles might be changed