How do you change Toposurface depth in Revit?

How do you change topography depth in Revit?

On the Model Objects tab, change settings under Topography. Sets the material that displays in a section view. 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 add depth to Toposurface in Revit?

Open a plan view or a 3D view for the building model. Click Insert tab Link panel (Link Topography). In the Link Topography dialog, navigate to the topography. Select the desired topography, and click Link.

How do you change Toposurface in Revit?

Open a site plan that displays a toposurface. Click Massing & Site tab Modify Site panel (Subregion). Revit enters sketch mode.



  1. Select the subregion.
  2. Click Modify | Topography tab Subregion panel (Edit Boundary).
  3. Click (Pick Lines) or use other sketching tools to modify the subregion on the toposurface.

How do you use Toposurface in Revit?

Create a Toposurface by Placing Points

  1. Open a 3D view or a site plan view.
  2. Click Massing & Site tab Model Site panel (Toposurface).
  3. On the Options Bar, set a value for Elevation. …
  4. Next to the Elevation text box, select one of the following: …
  5. Click in the drawing area to place points. …
  6. Click (Finish Surface).
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Where are Revit site settings?

To access the Site Settings dialog, click the dialog launcher on the Model Sight panel. In the Site Settings dialog, you can modify the contour line display by adding contours. To do this, click Insert. Change the Start, Stop, and Increments values and select the desired Range Type and Subcategory.

How do I create a website in Revit?

Create the Site Plan

  1. Define site settings. …
  2. Create the toposurface. …
  3. Rotate the project to True North. …
  4. Specify property lines. …
  5. Add a building pad. …
  6. Grade the toposurface. …
  7. Create parking lots, roads, and sidewalks. …
  8. Add site components.

How do you make subregion?

Create a Toposurface Subregion

  1. Open a site plan that displays a toposurface.
  2. Click Massing & Site tab Modify Site panel (Subregion). Revit enters sketch mode.
  3. Click (Pick Lines) or use other sketching tools to create a subregion on the toposurface. Note: Use a single closed loop to create a toposurface subregion.

What is the use of Toposurface in Revit?

The Toposurface tool defines a topographical surface (a toposurface) using points or imported data. You can create toposurfaces in 3D views or site plans. Watch these videos to learn how to create and work with toposurfaces, subregions, and graded regions. Create a toposurface by placing points in the drawing area.

How do you show contours in Revit?

Contour labels display in site plan views.

  1. Create a topographic surface with different elevations.
  2. Open a site plan view.
  3. Click Massing & Site tab Modify Site panel (Label Contours).
  4. Sketch a line that intersects one or more contour lines.
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