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Fri, May 22, 2009 at 9:31:10 PM | RAC09 - Roof Fascia Corner Miter on Square Cut

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I have a very simple hip roof with square cut ends.  When i place the fascia, they line up perfectly with the square cut, yet they do not miter to one another.  I have placed them all together so they are one and the same object.  I have placed them individually using the next command.  I have tried to trim and join, nothing works.  One thought is to load the fascia as a gutter.  I had the same problem with the gutters when I attached them to the fascia boards.  Instead I placed gutters to the roof and then offset them to fascia edge.  Ideas are always appreciated.  Thanks.  RAC 2009

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Sat, May 23, 2009 at 12:27:09 AM | RAC09 - Roof Fascia Corner Miter on Square Cut

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seems like revit ought to be able to do this straight away. You can use the void space tools, to clip them, or maybe the gutter idea is better or a sweep.

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Sat, May 23, 2009 at 1:16:35 AM | RAC09 - Roof Fascia Corner Miter on Square Cut

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twhisker, what you have to check is the slopes of your roof, it seems that you have different slopes there, so obviously they will not miter in any way because they are not at 45°.

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Sat, May 23, 2009 at 8:38:05 AM | RAC09 - Roof Fascia Corner Miter on Square Cut

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Erland is right, if you create that fascia in one piece it works fine, check the slopes....

 


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Wed, May 27, 2009 at 11:57:00 PM | RAC09 - Roof Fascia Corner Miter on Square Cut

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Thanks for your help guys!!  Unfortunately,  the horizontal and vertical grid lines for this project are not symetrical.  So i am left with a rectangular structural shape.  We want the hip of the roof to pass directly through the grid intersections for structural support where columns are located.  Therefore the long side of the roof is a 4"/12" slope. the short side is set at 4.94643"/12" so that we pass through and the intersection and the eaves align.  What I did was to create a gutter with the facia profile.  Gutters do cleanup regardless of uneven slopes.  Go figure.  You would think fascia would clean up just as easy.  Downfall is that I had to place the actual gutter on the roof edge and v/h offset it.  Revit doesnt like a gutter to hang off a gutter.  Go figure.  I appreciate your feedback and time.

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