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Wed, Mar 14, 2012 at 3:20:49 PM | roof issue (even roof valley slopes with uncentered drain locations)

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how can I use shape editing for a roof or floor to create a set of roof valleys that have even slope.

 

example I want the same position of the drains when moddeling but I want to just be able to tell revit to make all the slopes 2% for code purposes. I usually just calculate the heights manually for myself but ...somepeople in the office dont like this approach and find it to labour consuming.

 

is there a way>?



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Wed, Mar 14, 2012 at 3:23:34 PM | roof issue (even roof valley slopes with uncentered drain locations)

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just so everyones clear revit arch 2012 x64

I wanna place the point using shape editing (not necessarily centered so define slope option is no good) , enter a slope value and have revit adjust the height.


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Wed, Mar 14, 2012 at 3:44:57 PM | roof issue (even roof valley slopes with uncentered drain locations)

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Since your valleys go to the roof corners, it is physically impossible for all of these roof slopes to be 2%.

 

And there is no tool to do what you want.


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Wed, Mar 14, 2012 at 5:25:14 PM | roof issue (even roof valley slopes with uncentered drain locations)

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thats what i thought thanks alot


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