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Thu, Apr 18, 2013 at 3:06:16 PM | Joining Roofs with different slant angles

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Hi,I am new to revit and trying to join my my roof together. Currently it is split into 3 parts, the first on a 15 degree slant, the second on a 30 degree slant, and the third on a 15 degree slant. I am having issues closing the gap between these, so now there is a gap in my wall from where the 15 degree slants on either side, meet the 30 degree slants. I have attached a image of what this looks like. Any help would be appreciated! Thank you!  



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Thu, Apr 18, 2013 at 3:15:55 PM | Joining Roofs with different slant angles

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Make them 3 seperate roofs to start with. Then make a small piece of wall (gables) and use edit profile to achieve the wedge shape.

 

That is if you are happy with the roofs as they are shown. The high roof should probably overhang the lower toofs. Hence making them seperate roofs.


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Fri, Apr 19, 2013 at 1:15:45 PM | Joining Roofs with different slant angles

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Hi dgcad,

Thanks for the help, I have now made them into 3 seperate roofs and created overhang, however I am still having issues regarding the gable wedges that you mentioned.. Sorry, any chance you could explain in more detail? I was hoping to make them in glass (like as a curtain wall system?) is this possible? Thanks again!



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Fri, Apr 19, 2013 at 3:19:05 PM | Joining Roofs with different slant angles

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Draw the wall regular or curtain in the correct place as far as the plan view goes. Create a section right in front of it. Click the wall. Then Edit Profile. Then sketch the right wedge shape. Then Finish.

 

In a nut shell. 'Draw the wall and edit the profile'.


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