Hello everybody, it’s the first time I create a topic on this forum so sorry if i made something wrong !
I work on Revit to make some constructions plan and 3D views of project. To make that I have developed a Dynamo script to model the topography of ours projects. So now I’m at a point where i want my script make some actions but I don’t know if it’s possible and if yes, how it’s possible because I don’t found the right node in Dynamo. So here are my main problems :
Is it possible to generate topographic surfaces in another way than by a cloud of points? (convert a polysurface or mesh into topographies?) Because we do not have the hand on the methods of calculation of the various points of the topography internally in Revit, the calculated triangulations are “at most correct” but remain random and thus distort our calculation/modelling. How to generate a topography other than by a cloud of points ? In Dynamo the only node I found to model topography is « Topography By Points » but we can’t decide the triangulation betwenn the points. Finally « Topography by mesh » doesn’t exist but this is what I research.
Is it possible to create a building pad from Dynamo? The manual functionality (in Revit) is simple and I would like to be able to create a building pad from lines, points, or geometrical forms that I have when I run the Dynamo script. How can I do this?
Same problem with sub-regions. Is it possible to generate sub-regions from dynamo? How can I do it? For example, I import a cloud of points (to have one topography and I would like to generate automatically some sub-regions (to make roads, parkings, and many other elements) with some points which I identify of with lines…
One more thing, it is not about topography but if you can answer too i will be happy. it is possible to mask some elements in a 3D view or in a selected view from Dynamo?
I wish I was clear and if not, I can try to explain better my issues.