when I was trying to make two walls that perpendicularly intersect using ARQ, it ended up not connecting each other as shown in the attached image, can anyone help me out ? Thanks
My guess is that there is a problem with the document tolerance or the wall cleanup radius. Probably these walls are not using center alignment, which make them more suitable to this kind of errors when the tolerance is no correct.
Can you send me the model to firstname.lastname@example.org so I can take a look at it?
OK, already sent. Thanks
The problem is that there are some walls in the layer “Walls” that I think are duplicates of other visible walls. Just show the “Walls” layer and you’ll see them. If you delete them, joints will be good.
VisualARQ can’t handle correctly parallel overlapping walls.
Problem solved, everything works well, thank you so much
@enric, Is this still problematic for VisualARQ? I found that VA will draw both vaWalls and potentially trim one, making it hard to see, but retain some of the trimmed vaWall’s Area and Length data.
Has anyone looked into using the new ClashDetection tools to mitigate this?
Or, I wonder if anyone has wrote a script to check and modify overlapping (input) Curves?