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Understanding stacked walls

Understanding stacked walls: Revit Architecture 2015 Essential Training
Understanding stacked walls: Revit Architecture 2015 Essential Training

While a basic wall in Revit Architecture 2015 is made of the same material throughout, a stacked wall is made up of differing horizontal layers. For example, it may consist of an air gap or insulation at a certain height throughout a building. As far as the software is concerned, a stacked wall is formed by laying one basic wall on top of another, though you may need to adjust the offsets between layers. Learn more about stacked walls in this online video.

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Architecture BIM CAD 3D Drawing Revit

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