Monthly Archives: October 2015

Cut Hole in Curved Wall Revit in curvedIt is lot more easier to put voids in Wall by face created by Mass forms which can be curved or inclined. Also to add glass in them is another challenge. The voids within the mass edit mode behave very unfriendly to the user. It does not allow multiple sketches to be selected together to extrude as voids, nor sketches with loop in a loop allowed to extrude. Also once voided, selecting the vanished void form by continuous tabbing and not getting enough options to further edit them easily makes the procedure tedious.

Hence its easier to do the Component..Model in Place and choose Wall category to do the voids and then add the curtain system by face and cut the system in shapes of voids created using another component model in place a void using a generic model category.

Watch this screencast to understand the procedure.




Turn off and delete constraints in AutoCAD

remove contraint1How to turn off and delete constraints in AutoCAD?

If you want to get rid of  constraints that are appearing in the drawing and they refuse to go away, follow this procedure:

To turn off geometric constraints, on the command line in AutoCAD, enter  CONSTRAINTINFER and set the value to 0 (zero) or enter CONSTRAINTSETTINGS and then in the Geometric tab, uncheck the box for “Infer geometric constraints.”

To delete geometric constraints, select the objects to remove constraints from and then on the command line, enter the DELCON command.