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    Default Elevators - Two sided Opening

    Hi

    How does one model an elevator with wall openings on two opposite sides? Using the wall based elevator in the library, we are able to only provide openings on one side.

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    Winn

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    Default Re: Elevators - Two sided Opening

    i use a separate plain elevator door
    as at times we need to avoid the second door on other floors
    the line-work for the elevator family is changed to reflect the thru elevator

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    Default Re: Elevators - Two sided Opening

    Hi,
    just use Elevatorarchitect, a free plug-in to model an elevator inside Revit. After choosing the elevator you need you can easily select in the settings where you would like to have wall openings, in the rear, front, or both. the plug-in is available as free download at http://www.digipara.com/DownloadEARevit.aspx.

    Karin

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