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Specific Element Intersections and Junctions

See the following sections for specifics on element intersections: Wall-Wall Intersections Beam-Beam Intersections Three-Way Junctions Wall-Beam; Wall-Column; Column-Slab; Column-Beam, Wall-Slab Wall-Slab Intersection: Slab Finishes and Opening Thresholds Intersections involving ...

Curtain Wall System Settings

Use System-level editing to set up or edit the Curtain Wall element as a whole, using a single dialog box. Open Curtain Wall Default Settings by double-clicking on the Curtain Wall Tool.   Geometry and Positioning Panel   •Curtain Wall Height •Bottom Offset ...

Curtain Wall System Settings

Use System-level editing to set up or edit the Curtain Wall element as a whole, using a single dialog box. Open Curtain Wall Default Settings by double-clicking on the Curtain Wall Tool.   Geometry and Positioning Panel   •Curtain Wall Height •Bottom Offset ...

Wall Reference Line

Each Wall has a reference line and a direction. The Wall reference line is visible on the Floor Plan if you switch on: View > On-Screen ...

Set up Grid Pattern in Scheme Settings

Use the Scheme page of Curtain Wall Settings to set up a Grid pattern in advance, before you place the Curtain Wall. Note: Another approach is to place an empty Curtain Wall boundary and define the pattern graphically. See Create Grid Pattern Graphically. There are three main ...

Set up Grid Pattern in Scheme Settings

Use the Scheme page of Curtain Wall Settings to set up a Grid pattern in advance, before you place the Curtain Wall. Note: Another approach is to place an empty Curtain Wall boundary and define the pattern graphically. See Create Grid Pattern Graphically. There are three main ...

Curtain Wall Components

Reference Line The Reference Line is the original input line/polyline/arc you draw in the window. If you use a Boundary method to create a Curtain Wall, the first drawn segment of the Boundary is the Reference Line. You can Flip the Curtain Wall orientation relative to the Reference ...

Curtain Wall Components

Reference Line The Reference Line is the original input line/polyline/arc you draw in the window. If you use a Boundary method to create a Curtain Wall, the first drawn segment of the Boundary is the Reference Line. You can Flip the Curtain Wall orientation relative to the Reference ...

Doors/Windows in Curved Wall

Suppose you have placed windows into a straight Wall (at the given distances from either end of the Wall), then later curve the Wall (as in the picture below).   The appearing Openings’ Position dialog box allows you to choose how to handle the openings’ new position ...

Curtain Wall Listing Parameters

Parameter Short Description Long Description   Curtain Wall Slant Angle Slant Angle of the Curtain Wall. Same value as the General “Slant Angle" parameter.   Curtain Wall Length Length of ...