Your question: How do you join extrusions in Revit?

How do you join elements in Revit?

Revit prompts you to select the solid geometry to be joined. Select the floor and then the wall on the left. As soon as you do, the edge lines between the floor and that wall disappear. The Join Geometry tool removes the visible edge between joined elements, which then share the same line weight and fill pattern.

How do you join two masses?

Joining Mass Instances in a Project

  1. Click Modify tab Geometry panel Join drop-down (Join Geometry).
  2. Select the first mass instance, and then the second. The overlapping form of the first mass cuts into the second mass.

What is a join in geometry?

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. In algebraic geometry, given irreducible subvarieties V, W of a projective space Pn, the ruled join of V and W is the union of all lines from V to W in P2n+1, where V, W are embedded into P2n+1 so that the last (resp. first) n + 1 coordinates on V (resp.

What is join in geometry?

(tr) geometry to connect with a straight line or a curve. (tr) an informal word for adjoin. join battle to start fighting.

How do I join walls in Revit 2019?

Join Parallel Walls

  1. In a plan view, place the walls less than 6 inches apart.
  2. Click Modify tab Geometry panel Join drop-down Join Geometry.
  3. Select the walls to join. If either wall has an insert (such as a window), it cuts through the joined wall.
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