Cut/Delete/Move/Rotate Elements – features for deleting, moving, flipping studs, cutting beams, etc.
Delete Studs – deletes selected studs from the frame.
Example: Select stud(s) to delete and click Delete Studs. If needed to join bridging/nogging, click Update Frame:
Restore Deleted Studs
Restore Deleted Studs – restores deleted studs in selected frame.
Example: Click Restore Deleted Studs and select a wall, opening, or any element from the frame to restore stud(s):
Delete Plates or Bridging/Nogging
Delete Plates or Bridging/Nogging – deletes selected plates or bridging/nogging which were inserted before. You can't delete it manually, because using updating functions the element will be restored.
Example, select the plate:
The plate is deleted and will not be restored during updating process:
Restore Deleted Plates or Bridging/Nogging
Restore Deleted Plates or Bridging/Nogging – restores deleted plates or bridgingin selected frame.
Example, select the frame:
The plate is restored:
Move Studs – moves selected stud(s) to the left or right by predefined distance.
Example: Select stud(s) → Move Studs → Define a distance → OK:
Restore Moved Studs
Restore Moved Studs – restores moved studs in selected frame to original position.
Example: Click Restore Moved Studs and select a wall, opening, or any element from the frame to restore stud(s) to original position:
Add Copied Elements
Add Copied Elements – adds copied elements to the existing frame system for later scheduling and inclusion in shop drawings.
Sometimes it is easier to copy some elements in the frame, but later it needs to be scheduled and included into shop drawings using Wall+. In such cases, use Add Copied Elements.
Example: Two bridgings were manually copied with Revit Copy function. To include in existing frame system, select these bridgings → Add Copied Elements:
Delete Copied Elements
Delete Copied Elements – deletes elements that were copied manually and added to the existing frame system with Add Copied Element.
Example: Click Delete Copied Elements and select a wall, opening, or any element from the frame to delete the copied elements:
Cut Beams with Solid/Void
Cut Beams with Solid/Void – cuts beams that intersect with another beam (solid/void).
Example: Click Cut Beams with Solid → Select intersecting beam. Bottom plate from the frame was cut by intersecting beam:
Uncut Beams – uncuts beams that intersect with another beam (solid/void).
Cut Beam Ends
Cut Beam Ends – cuts selected beam ends that connect with another beam.
Example: Click Cut Beam Ends → Select a beam that needs to be cut:
Cut with Beam Ends
Cut with Beam Ends – cuts connected beam with selected beam ends.
Example: Click Cut with Beam Ends → Select a beam that will cut connected beam:
Uncut Beam Ends
Uncut Beam Ends – uncuts beam ends that connect with another beam.