IMPACT Revit version 16.0.007

Copy/Move Element

Copy/Move Element is a function which was developed in IMPACT Revit to ease the element design process. Currently, the Copy/Move Element function is available for the following elements: Solid walls, Sandwich walls, Insulated walls, all types of slabs, beams and columns.

Copy/Move Element function gives to the user the possibility to Copy/Move multiple elements at the same time. It provides four options: Copy Elements, Copy to Level, Move Elements, Move to Level.

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Figure 1 - Copy/Move Elements function in IMPACT Revit 

Copy Elements: Copy Elements command can be performed by using Pick points or by specifying X Offset, Y Offset and Z Offset values. 

Copy to Level:   Copies Elements to different levels in the project. Copy to Level can also be paired with Offset option.

Move Elements: Move Elements command can be performed by using Pick points or by specifying X Offset, Y Offset and Z Offset values. 

Move to Level:   Moves Elements to different levels in the project. Move to Level can also be paired with Offset option.

X Offset [mm], Y Offset [mm] and Z Offset [mm] overview: 

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Figure 2 - Copy/Move Elements using X, Y and Z axis 

To Copy/Move Element:

1.In the following example we will use Copy/Move command to copy multiple Sandwich elements on a different level. To do so, press on the Copy/Move command from Tools section. 

2.Select the element(s) that needs to be copied/moved. When the Copy/Move Elements dialogue window pops up, select Copy to Level from the four options available. After this, select the Level where you want to copy/move the elements and press OK. 

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Figure 3 - Copy/Move Elements dialogue window 

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Figure 4 - Copy to another level the Sandwich elements using Copy/Move Elements function 

 

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Created by TimeaLorincz on 2018/12/05 12:03
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