I seem to be getting an error message when I want to create a new family from geometry that comes from a file on disk, rather than an active document.
I want to use this method to more easily update any imported geometry in my project.
How could this be resolved?
By the way, the error still occurs when I have the Built-in categories component plugged in.
Can you post your GH file please? Thanks.
Getting lots of geometry tolerance errors but works in 2022. I’ll check 2023
Yeah, I made a topic about that yesterday, but deleted it as I resolved those in the file I posted.
For some reason Revit’s import CAD within an in-place generic model was able to process the geometry (with an unsupported geometry error) and brought it all in, whereas the RiR imported a much smaller portion of the geometry.
In Revit 2023, I don’t get those. There shouldn’t be any edges smaller than 2mm in the file, I believe the shortest one is about 5mm and there are no non-manifold geometry either.
And I set the tolerance in the Rhino file to be 0.1mm as per the documentation of RiR.
E: You should notice that I had different error messages on the same component.
Granted the definition itself is a bit finicky but working on both versions.
In a new file i’m enabling the New Component family to allow creation (in this case with proxy geometry), then enabling the Save Component Family.