I don’t know much about “Rhino.Inside.Revit”. I hope you can help my problem and find a solution.
In the link, I shared a sample water canal component in .3DM and .DWG formats as curve, surface, solid in a simplified form. Can we model this part, which is in helix form, as a Revit surface in Revit? Its position should never be changed and the position of the coordinate axis should remain the same, that is, the part should remain in place as it is. In Revit, I could only do it until the point of adding points to the line intersections by importing it as “Insert > Import CAD > Sample Part (Curve).dwg” using “Family Templates > English > Conceptual Mass > Metric Mass.rft” for reference. After that, I don’t know how we can define a reference surface or how we can continue to create a surface. How can we model a surface or solid part in Revit using these lines as a reference? Our first goal is to model as a surface in Revit, if we can do it as a solid model, then this is our goal.
What is the difference between a surface modeled in Revit and a surface modeled with Rhinoceros using “Rhino.Inside.Revit” and then synchronized and imported into Revit? “Rhino.Inside.Revit” is a plugin that works synchronously between Rhinoceros and Revit, I guess.
What if we model it in Rhinoceros and transfer it as “Insert > Import CAD” in Revit?
What if we model it with Rhino.Inside.Revit and transfer it to Revit by synchronizing it?
What happens if we use the lines as a reference in Revit and we can create a surface or solid in Revit?
I don’t know what the differences are between these methods, and I would appreciate it if you could inform me about it. How should we create it, I need to find a solution.
I guess the world BIM community does not want to import CAD data because there are poor quality family models, but we will not share it outside anyway, so we started this way only to benefit from Revit within our own body. Our goal is to create a family of thousands of pieces for the use of Revit in our library, which consists of thousands of pieces. We want to start this business by using the right method. We want to make all of our models in Revit. The only problem is that we don’t know how to do it.
If we can do all the models in Revit, we want to do it that way. This should be our first choice. But if it doesn’t work, we have to do it by using “Rhino.Inside.Revit” or just by making the Rhinoceros 3DM file or DWG file as “Import CAD”.
How can “Rhino.Inside.Revit” or the following plugins help us at this stage? We want to model this helix-shaped structure as a Revit surface or solid, how can we achieve this? How can you help?
Thanks in advance for your interest. See you again as soon as possible.
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