Good Afternoon All,
I have successfully created Voids within a slab at clash points. Now i would like to place a generic model family on the internal faces of the slab (or possibly on the faces of the voids might be easier?)
I have tried with the attached workflow but there are many issues with it;
I have told the workflow to pick only 1 vertex point from each face so that it doesn’t place 4 versions of the family on each face. It seems the point is random (ie. could be top left of face or bottom right etc). This means the placed family is all over the place.
The workflow currently ignores the fact that i want the placed family to be the same extent as the face.
Only the internal faces (where the voids are) should be picked. Currently the perimeter faces are also being picked. (this point is irrelevant if i gather the void family faces instead)
Apply Isolation Joint to Face of Floor Voids.dyn (23.1 KB)
It may be that the workflow I’m trying to adapt is really not ideal for what i want to achieve?
… Hence the title of this subject, i feel it would be easier to obtain the faces of the void elements that actually create the holes in the slab. Then i would need to be able to ignore the top and bottom surfaces (just need the sides) and place the family on the remaining faces. I can fix elevation of the family later if needed. Currently when i try to obtain faces of a void family it cant retrieve any… which i guess is because its not a solid so technically there is no faces
Will continue my work on this later but any feedback/suggestions in the meantime would be perfect.