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PostPosted: Tue Mar 21, 2017 2:20 pm 
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Hello

I have an error as in subject.
I wanted to adjust the shape of reinforcemet to particular code (bending) using parameters in properties window.
I also used the "Align" tool in "Change" ribbon to stick arms to particular reinforcement covering.
The result of above actions is demanded shape.
Unfortulately there is an error shown in attached files.
I tried to change the parameters of bending but without success.
This kind of stirrup is typical in post tension wiaducts.

What can you say about that?

Best regards
tadeusz.jankowski@budimex.pl


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File comment: The family has shared parameters and it's not clear for me at the moment
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File comment: Used parameters in RVT file.
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PostPosted: Thu Mar 30, 2017 2:29 pm 
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Hey Tadeusz,
This warning appears when rebar segments have almost the same length and the value in project roundings is set to high. By roundings this asymetric shape would be a smetric one = another shape code. If you want to export your rebar shape like it is please overwrite the roundings by element for every single rebar (if necessary) in the properties panel. Here you can set a lower value e.g. 1mm. The length values in brackets are the rounded values.

Does that solve your issue?


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