I have scoured the forum to get the answer bec I assume this is a really simple problem, but with no luck.
Basically, I am just trying to create a wall from a twisting tower. Meaning, walls will be created by either lofting the bottom & top floor plate, OR by by using something like the Wall by Face in Revit (which I thought
Wall.ByFace could do).
Here’s what I’ve tried so far:
- Split all Surfaces, then created Mass in Revit using Dynamo (
DirectShape.ByGeometry), but apparently, it’s still not considered a Revit Mass so the
Wall.ByCurveAndLevelbut it doesn’t give me the smooth connection that I want.
- Created a Lofted Surface and converted the created Geometry into a DirectShape Wall object in Revit which is not really what I want.
I know creating a wall like this requires a mass object when doing it in Revit, but I can’t see anything else that does this except using DirectShape… I’m not sure what other approach there is - I know a lot of people must have been doing this since I have already seen crazy 3d conceptual models done in Dynamo so there should be a way to make them useable in Revit for documentation, right?
I have been using Dynamo for almost a year now but bummed to know that I can’t create something so simple. Can somebody point me to the right direction? Is there something I’m missing? Is this something Python could do?