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Fri, Aug 13, 2010 at 2:46:33 AM | Joining Rafters to the Ridge Beam

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In Revit 2010 I used 2 beam systems aligned to the pitch of a roof to add rafters on the two pitches.  Now when I place a ridge beam I can't get the rafters to butt against the ridge beam.  They either pass through it to butt against the roof or stop with one corner of the end touching rather that form a bevel on the ends that completely butt against the beam.  

 Any suggestions?  I was happy it was so easy to add the aligned rafters the way I did but maybe it wasn't such a good idea since now  I can't see how to add a bevel to the end of the beam system.


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