Learn how to work with conflicts that may cause incorrect family placement.
- [Instructor] From Dynamo, open the conflicts…start DYN file. Make sure to open…in manual execution mode.…We're going to change the select model elements…mode to be selecting the room in this…overall hallway.…And we click run inside of Dynamo,…we're going to place wall protection…around all the walls inside of this corridor.…Now look at this block of rooms in 3D.…
You can see that Dynamo correctly placed…wall protection on the hand rail…and the crash rail all the way around…the suite of rims.…However if I select this left block of rooms,…When we look at these I've added…windows into the walls.…Often windows don't always extend to the brown…and they vary in height and width.…Some of these can cause problems with Dynamo…because we're offsetting at a consistent…four feet height to find where our wall…protection needs to be placed.…
A window like this, there should be a crash rail…that continues underneath.…Let's look at how we can extend the function…of this workspace to include an offset…that will ignore underneath the window…
- Working with room boundaries
- Creating wall protection, door signage, and corner guard Revit families
- Placing wall protection, door signage, and corner guard Revit families
- Resolving conflicts with family placement
- Accommodating inside and outside room boundaries
Skill Level Advanced
1. Working with Rooms
2. Line-Based Wall Protection
3. Door Signage
4. Corner Guards
Combine all three1m 15s
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