Manipulate existing mass in revit

revit
#1

Hello,
I discovered dynamo couple of days ago while searching for a method how to triangulate a surface of a mass I created.
So far I’ve watched couple of introduction tutorials and created some funny stuff, however I’m not able to find and answer to my original task - to triangulate the surface of my mass object created in revit - please, is it possible? how?
I hate to ask this question but I’m running out of time with my project…

Thank you

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#2

Hi @dalia.gregorova

You need to drop images so that others who is trying to help you can understand better.
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Welcome and thanks for your participation :slight_smile:

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#3

Well it’s a general question since I’m asking to tesselate/triangulate an existing surface from a mass created in revit, because so far I only found tutorials that create the objects from the scratch.

This is the surface I’m trying to triangulate…

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#4

Hi @dalia.gregorova
Yet to use this but I trust you should start by installing Mesh Toolkit package.

Also, hopefully this will help you:
http://dynamoprimer.com/en/05_Geometry-for-Computational-Design/5-7_meshes.html
http://dynamoprimer.com/en/10_Packages/10-2_Mesh-Toolkit.html

Do keep us posted regarding your findings!

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#5

@Chandrasekar_Rajaman
Those are great resources indeed
@dalia.gregorova
This topic could also help to get started, I think:
http://dynamobim.org/forums/topic/directshape-workflow/

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