Attached you will find several screenshots of a problem that keeps occurring to me and I have no idea why. Im trying to bake a specific geometry created in Grasshopper, via Rhino.inside and in Revit. The preview of the result seems fine (you can see in the screenshots), then i have some additional horizontal and vertical lines appearing on the geometry in Rhino, and lastly in Revit when I bake the result some of my geometry is being baked as fractions and it appears as it is broken or shattered. Anyone can help me out why this issue happens and how to fix it? Thanks in advance
Im am not 100% sure, but I think it is not so far from the world origin. Because I am using the gh commands directly on elements in Revit which serve as a base for the location for everything that is happening. And also, around 90% of the geometry is working fine, except some of the “panels” that are baked like this from which almost all of them are based on a curve or an irregular shape.
Furthermore, only a few of the “panels” are being kind off fixed when I change the values for the minimum and maximum limit for the scaling of the geometry, but this does not work for all of them.
Here is the .3dm. Thank you in advance!
This is one of the challenges to the process, how to model clean enough so Revit will accept the results. In this case I am not clear why this rebuild worked. But I will log this file for closer testing. We continue to try and see if we can automatically identify the Geometry that Revit will refuse. In this case it might have been an odd edge tolerance.