By Garry Stockton
Wall joins! If you don’t understand them, they can be an unnerving feature of Revit, especially if new to the software. You need a lot of patience not to get tricked by the odd-shaped default joins that Revit will offer you by default. So, take a look at the following tips.
DISALLOW JOIN AND DRAG BOUNDARY POINT TO CREATE LINE BETWEEN 2 WALLS
A common problem among users new to Revit is the inability to properly control if a line will display between 2 walls. By default, all walls created in Revit are joined together. In some instances, you want to see a line between two walls, for example, where an interior wall is joined with an exterior wall.
There are 3 ways to resolve this issue. The first one is to right-click the blue boundary point of the wall and click on “Disallow Join”. The next step is to drag the boundary point to the limit of the wall.