Hello friends. Can you help me again please? I’m trying to perform a routine, where I don’t know if it’s possible, but I need a way to remove the faces of elements like walls that meet and make a joint.
I tried to get the faces of the elements that are created individually, unite the geometries. So I used Element.Geometry to get the wall solids. I joined these solids into one and wanted to get these solids and delete automatically. How can I improve this?
08º - Otimizar excluindo faces desnecessárias automáticamente.dyn (28.3 KB)
Not quite sure I follow, are you looking to join two wall elements? The elements can be checked for intersection using an Element.DoesIntersect node, and a Element.Join node to join them.
I’m not sure what you mean by deleting unnecessary faces though.
Do you want the Netto Volume?
I am missing the goal of your endeavor?
So, in fact, I wanted to unite elements created separately, for example, I created two separate ceilings because I used the environment as a reference, but now I need them to be one, so I would like to unite them after a phase of the project. First point, and the second, I don’t know if it’s possible, but I would like to remove one of the faces that are on these elements that were joined, for example, when I join two walls, one of their faces will not have use, with that I have more information in the project, can I eliminate these faces?
You can’t eliminate a face, as you never created a face. Revit is not a geometric modeling tool.
Revit is a BIM tool, so what you have are elements in a building. You create a walls (ceilings, floors, etc.). Such created elements can be edited to merge say two floors to into one, but you will lose data associated to the previous element.
Yes, you’re absolutely right. It was my knowledge, but I risked asking, maybe with the dynamo this would be somehow possible.
Thank you for your attention and response.