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By stefanonodari
#321053
Hi guys,

I have some problems with the intersection of three different wall (with three different thickness).

The all walls have the same two material: an internal material and a plaster skin.

There is always a triangle in the angle.

All the walls line connect correctly.

I just try to modify the number of junction order but I don't have any resolution...

I attach below a screen of the case:
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Muri.jpeg
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By Barry Kelly
#321065
These are not quite the same walls as yours but they all have the same building materials in the composites and all have the same junction order.

wall_trim_x3.jpg
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As you can see they trim fine.
Where are your reference lines? - mine all join at the same point.

Also are there any other walls - maybe in a hidden layer?
They can interfere with the trimming.


Barry.
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By David Shorter
#321276
Check that all your reference lines meet correctly like this
wallJunctions.jpg
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failing that attached a module file of the junction
By stefanonodari
#321295
Yes, three walls are well connected all together.
Maybe it’s a problem of the version of Archicad that I’m using, it’s 22.
In your drawing it’s fine, which version are you using?
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By David Maudlin
#321380
stefanonodari:

Try selecting each wall individually and changing its Junction Order up or down.

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David