MAGNET Collage: Remodeling in Autodesk Revit using In-place Modeling

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  • Work your way through by adding solid extrusions and subtracting void bodies
  • You can use the Cut and Join features in the Geometry group to do boolean operations
  • Double click and open Section 1 in Project Browser
  • Go to Architecture tab / Build / Component / Model In-place
  • Choose Generic Model as Family Category
  • Assign a Name to it

 

  • Select Extrusion from the Forms group
  • Select formerly created Reference Plane as Work Plane
  • Use the Draw options to trace and draw the shape of the bridge
  • Assign a Material if you want to
  • Make sure that the Sketch is closed
  • Hit the green checkmark to finish the sketch

 

  • Double-click on Floor Plan Site in Project Browser
  • Select the extrusion
  • Drag the grips of the extrusion to cover at least the whole extents of the bridge

 

  • Select the extrusion and select Edit In-place
  • Select Void Extrusion as a form
  • Trace and draw void forms by using the Draw tools
  • Make sure that the sketches are closed
  • Hit the green checkmark to finish the Sketch
  • Hit the green checkmark to finish the Model
  • Go to the 3D view
  • Select void extrusion and use the vertical grips to extend the void vertically in order to fully cut the solid extrusion
  • Hit vv on your keyboard and uncheck the point cloud in the visibility settings
  • Work your way through by adding solid extrusions and subtracting void bodies
  • You can use the Cut and Join features in the Geometry group to do boolean operations