- Create your toposurface as normal - making sure your elevations, etc are nailed down prior to moving on the the next step. :)
- Use the Split Surface tool to split the surface into 3 parts, forming your road - you'll have to do this twice as the Split Surface tool only allows you to split the surface into two parts each time.
- On each side of the road, use the Split Surface tool again to split the surface into (2) 6" (or whatever your specs) pieces or slivers outward from each side of your road - this will later become the top of your curb and your gutter.
- Go to an elevation view and move the road, and the two inside most 6" pieces (your gutters) down your required curb height.
- Assign the appropriate materials to the roadway, curbs and topo (asphalt, concrete and grass) - now you can see things shaping up.
- Now, using the Split Surface tool again, Split each of the four 6" spaces 1/8" from the their shared edge - creating (2) 1/8" slivers of curb in between each of the two 6" pieces.
- Finally, go to a 3D view and use the Merge Surfaces tool and select the lower 1/8" curb piece and then the upper 1/8" curb piece - this will join the two 1/8" pieces to create your curb wall.
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Genius! As tedious as this is it beats the heck out of trying to slope walls or floors and such. Thank you!ReplyDelete
what happens if the topo doesnt have a thickness (depth)? is there a way to have thickness?
in other words the topo only has the surface, it looks like it is floating. so when i merge them, it become a smooth transition instead of lifting 6".
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If you have to go through this much hassle to create a kerb in a Revit model then Revit isn't the tool you should be using. If you create this sort of detail on a regular basis then you'd use software more suitable. Given it's limitations should you wish to change anything then it's a load of hassle for not much benefit. I'd also question the need to model to this detail in the first instanceReplyDelete
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I wish we could use split tool for floors as well.Delete
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