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Thursday, April 1, 2010

Revit 2011 2 Mile Limit Now 20 Mile Limit - The Revit Clinic

Cue the music...."and I would BIM 500 miles"


The Proclaimers - I Would Walk 500 Miles
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I hope you didn't listen to the song...it's going to be stuck in your head for days now..
oh yeah...almost forgot....the blog post:

From: http://revitclinic.typepad.com/my_weblog/2010/04/revit-2011-2-mile-limit-now-20-mile-limit.html

I did create a technical solution on this issue but want to put up a quick post to ensure no one misses it. I have included the technical solution below for reference:

Revit 20 mile origin limit for imported and model geometry

20MileCube

Revit 2011 products have expanded the ability to import or maintain geometric accuracy for distances up to 20 miles. This time the boundary is maintained by a 20 mile cube similar to the above image.

For anyone familiar with Revit 2010’s dialog box you could not continue if you were attempting to import/link a file containing geometry over a 2 mile diameter. While it is not recommended, you do now have the option to continue if importing / linking a file over 20 miles in size in Revit 2011. You will receive the dialog box below:

20MileCrop
In general this should allow for greater flexibility constructing linked files specifically those just over the previous 2 mile limit.

Revit 2011 2 Mile Limit Now 20 Mile Limit - The Revit Clinic


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