Creating Vertical Columns

@kike @Japhy I modeled this inRIR and the professor wanted the columns to be Vertical not slanted!
and I can’t find this option in Revit

Project your points to each level to create vertical members, or perhaps feed the height to vertically placed Column Family.

Couldn’t project it properly, could you help me with it :slightly_smiling_face: @Japhy
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I’m going to break this into a new thread. This has nothing to do with the topic you posted in.

When posting you’ll need to either provide the curves or internalize the curve like so…

A new Script with internalized curves
Tower Script…gh (26.5 KB)

Try again, it appears you didn’t save.

@Japhy Sorry,I didn’t notice I saved it with another name
You can check the script again :slightly_smiling_face:

You’re missing some levels and closed lines in your Brep | Plane intersection, grafting the Plane input rectified this.

I used your Floor Height numbers to create a vertical line to Add Structural Column with.

Note that you’re creating duplicate points, which i removed.

Creating a series of … at the end of a file name isn’t a good practice, try to keep things machine readable by not using punctuation in file names.

I understand you are learning, but do keep in mind this isn’t a do your homework forum, that said, we are always glad to help.

Are your professors teaching Rhino.Inside.Revit or are you doing this on your own? What’s the class about?

RE_Tower (25.1 KB)


I really appreciate your help, this project for Execution design course and the task is to design a high-rise building by using any 3d software and documenting all the project as well as preparing physical maquette after getting the approval for the proposed schematic design, I know how to use revit and Rhino for direct modelling but I decided to learn more about Grasshopper and Rhino.inside Revit and apply it in this Project, but I get stuck as always :smiling_face_with_tear:
thanks for the Notes also :smiling_face_with_three_hearts:

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