Learn how to find room boundaries and prepare them for placement of wall protection.
- [Instructor] Finding the correct location…to place a corner guard around a room…is easier than you may think.…Looking at the circles…on the diagram on the left,…these are locations where we'd like…to place corner guards.…By taking the room boundary…we can look at the line…of each line segment around the room.…We can compare the first line to the second line…to find the angle between the two lines.…Angles of less than 270 degrees…don't need a corner guard.…Angles greater than,…are angles that do receive a corner guard…because it's an outside angle.…
We use Dynamo to look…at all the lines around the room,…find out the angle of each intersection…and determine whether or not we want…to place a corner guard at that angle.…To open Dynamo from the Manage tab…and click New to start a new workspace.…I'm going to add the…ProcessRoomBoundaries node that we made earlier.…Right click and search for the…Select Model Element node.…
I'll wire the Element output…to the Room input…on the Room Process Boundaries.…And inside of our project,…
- 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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