How you can Create Timber Wall with precise Schedule and good presentation ?

At this post I want show you how you can create Timber Wall in Revit and I will follow two important things :

First is precise schedule Like volume of the wood or quantity of Timbers and Length for Timbers.

Second is Good presentation in the 2D and 3D View.

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perhaps you make some guess for this wall but if you want to go for do this with wall Sweep I can say you are going wrong because you can’t create schedule for which Wall sweep then coming from the edit structure Layer of the wall , another things is you should create thin layer in the Wall Layer dialogue box for create wall sweep in the height you want, this layer make your wall wrong.

Ok, Lets start

First thing is wall and you can create a Wall with thickness equal with the Timber Diameter For example  200mm

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Then you need to Create 2 Profile for Reveal in the Edit Structure dialogue box.

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You can see two circle for Timber separation in the below picture.

Timber 1

Now you can create some Reveal into the Wall structure like the below picture.

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You can see what happened for your wall.

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Try to place Door and Window in the Plan View.

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You can see what happened in the 3D View.

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Select the wall and go to the Edit Profile.

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Like the below picture and hit the Finish button.

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You can see the Result.

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For the final part you can use Design option and make copy from the Walls without any door and window.

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Then you can use Create Part command , you have good result and if you select any part in the project you can have access to what you need.

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Interior View

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Exterior View

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Good Luck.

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