I’ve been struggling with this for the past few days and cannot find an answer to a question, which in my mind should be quite straightforward
I’m generating a surface between 2 polylines using the PolySurface.ByLoft node and I want to create a wall off of that. I’m NOT using an existing mass or selecting an existing surface. It doesn’t work for either an list of surfaces or a single surface.
Everything work fine until it physically needs to create the wall, then an warning pops up saying: “Warning: One or more of the input types are not matching. Couldn’t find a version of ByFace that takes arguments of type (System.Object,Revit.Elements.WallType,Autodesk.DesignScript.Geometry.Surface)”
Below a screenshot of my node code. Would appreciate any help
Ok, if that is the case, do you know of a method where I can create a wall that I can choose the end-face of the wall as opposed to the centreline of the wall? The default wall placement is centreline. How do I change that?
Although I’m managing to create the wall, it’s still creating it according to ‘wall centerline’ I’ve tried different and other spelling in the string input but it doesn’t budge. As you can see from my 2nd screenshot. I’d like the wall to be created flushed to the floor.
input of 10 just gives me a wall height of 929030.4mm Around the 300 input mark I get an error message saying:
Warning: Wall.ByCurveAndLocation operation failed.
The given value for height must be greater than 0 and no more than 30000 feet.
Parameter name: height
I calculated that I’ll have to divide my actual height by a factor of 92902.8 to get the correct input. Fortunately the relationship is linear, so it’ll work for all heights, but I’d still like to know what is going on inside the node?