For some time I
ve been working with the Autodesk.Solid.ByUnion command. With this command it is possible to Union multiple (separate) objects together into 1 object. Im wondering if there is an equivalent for this command in the Revit API. The only one I could find is the “ExecuteBooleanOperationModifyingOriginalSolid”. But this one only seems to work on two solids?
Document.CombineElements(Autodesk.Revit.DB.CombinableElementArray members). Otherwise, look at the Form class.
Thanks for your reply. I haven
t got it to work yet. Do you maybe have an example of how this Document.CombineElements(Autodesk.Revit.DB.CombinableElementArray members) should be applied in a script? I have been looking for examples on different forums but couldnt find any.
Underneath I attached a printscreen of what I
m trying to achieve. As you can see it works fine in combination with the Solid.ByUnion command. But Im looking for the python equivalent so I can implement it in the loops.