practical notes for making impractical things
Muchas gracias. Always looking forward to your great posts. Keep it up.
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hey man, this amazing "creatures" are totally awesome ....i just donwloaded this one and makes clear all the way to the concept of grids and panels
ZACH-i am new to revit and wondering how you incorporate this space frame in a design- via curtain panel?
Mr LS,Yep, the third image is of the curtain panel by pattern family, which gets hosted in a divided surface, either in a Mass family or an in-place mass. As long as the panel's family and category parameter is set to "shared" it will schedule and have view properties of a curtain panel.
hi.. i'm doing a school project that has a very tight deadline.. yes i do regret asking this question at such a last minute.. currently i have a skp file that i wish to export into revit to apply your spaceframe. but its all meshes and revit reads it as lines but not surfaces. how do i get about this? i've used sycode's mesh to solid 3.0 but it doesn't work too. (i've sent the skp file to your email)
Adriel,You might try to export it as a dwg and import it into Autodcad 2010, then convert it into a surface as shown here:http://buildz.blogspot.com/2009/05/non-industry-standard-workflow.htmlBut complex sketchup geometry is often a bit of a deadend in my experience. You can also use your mesh as a skeleton or underlay to rebuild as a smooth surface (nurb surface) in another application.
Hi there, i have tried to recreate the steps by creating the curtain panel base family, but when placed into the pattern in the project the frames have a difficulty to remain contraint to each other have i missed a step some where? RegardsGabriel