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ratnabhirud
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Hello,

I am trying to schedule composite wall quantity with skin thickness in the traditional L B D (Length, Bredth, Thickness) form.

Prpoerty manager doesn't allow to choose indivisual skin  thickness of  composite wall wheres  overall thickness is available in General Parameter section.

Similarly, why width, Thickness, Height and Length is generalised in General Parameter section while it is taken differently in indivisual Tool setting dialoge box.Prperty manager.jpg

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Earthworm
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Schedules -> Component or Surface -> Scheme settings -> Components -> Skin Thickness

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Obviously Surface dependent

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Thank you so much for your reply!

Actually I am looking for schedule for multiple element type in one single sheet.

As per screen shot attached, figures shown in Red color are not needed. Figures shown in blue color are not needed and figures shown in purple color are also coming in double, it's taking total wall thickness wheres I need only brick wall thickness i.e. 150mm.

I am calling theese fieleds through Property manager where Building material and Components option are missing. Attaching the screen shot for it.Schedule.JPGPrperty manager 1.JPG

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Earthworm
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Oof, your probably going to be restricted to Skin Thickness on the Inside Face / Outside Face / Air Skin Thickness & Insulation Thickness. It'll work - kinda depending on your wall composition.

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