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May 17, 2009


Bill Spence

Nice tutorial. The reference line should be placed at the corner of the frame where the hinge is located not the corner of the wall. Most Revit doors, even the ones from the factory are built incorrectly. Why does it matter? b/c when clearances are tight, especially for ADA minimums taking the frame thickness into account matters.

Ryan Duell

Thanks for the comment Bill; that is a good point regarding ADA specifications. You could definitely place the reference line as needed depending on the family geometry. I hope this helps for future family scenarios as well. Thanks again.


Not sure if anyone will ever read this but...

Any idea how to get a sybolic swing line to work with this door?

Finding it hard to get the line to work...

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