How do you get topography in Revit?
Create a Toposurface by Placing Points
- Open a 3D view or a site plan view.
- Click Massing & Site tab Model Site panel (Toposurface).
- On the Options Bar, set a value for Elevation. …
- Next to the Elevation text box, select one of the following: …
- Click in the drawing area to place points. …
- Click (Finish Surface).
What is Poche depth?
Elevation of poche base. Controls the depth of the cross-section of earth (for example, –30 feet or –25 meters). This value controls the poche depth for all topography elements in your project.
How do you show contour lines in Revit?
Use the Site Settings dialog to view or change site settings. To change site settings properties, click Massing & Site tab Model Site panel . Displays contour lines. If you clear the check box, custom contour lines still display in the drawing area.
How do you add topography to CAD in Revit?
Create a 3D Toposurface from the inserted DWG file:
- Click the Toposurface tool on the Site tab of the Design bar.
- On the Design bar, click Use Imported > Import Instance.
- Select the DWG file.
- Select the layers to add points from.
- Click OK.
- Click Finish Surface.
How do you add a Poche in Revit?
To change the appearance/colour of the poche material click edit type in view properties. When you click on the value for the property, it will automatically default to the “Poche” material. Select the Poche material (or some other material). Duplicate it, rename it and then change the appearance.
What is Poche material?
The other material highlighted in yellow is the poche material (pronounced Poe-shay). It’s also a feature that was originally tied to the graphic display of the model when Coarse Detail Level is in effect. However they’ve made the Poche material assignment a Type Property of 3D views.