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Tue, May 14, 2013 at 8:58:26 PM | Roof Fascia On Negative Sloped Roof

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I have a roof where I have 2 negative slopes creating a V shape.  I need to put a fascia on the roof, all works fine except that I cannot change the edge of the roofs Rafter Cut to Two Cut-Square.  I need it to be square and not plumb so that the fascia follows the angle of the roof edge. Right now it just stays straight.  the first image is of how I want the fascia to look and the second is how it looks with the Plumb cut.  I tried creating an in-place roof component but I can't host the fascia on it. I also tried creating 2 separate but still no luck.  Any suggestions?



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Tue, May 14, 2013 at 9:11:12 PM | Roof Fascia On Negative Sloped Roof

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I don't understand.  The roof on the left is sloped the whole way.  The roof on the right has a flat at the top.  If you want that, you need the flat.


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Wed, May 15, 2013 at 12:09:21 PM | Roof Fascia On Negative Sloped Roof

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The roof on the left if from a CAD drawing sent to me by the owner and that is how I want it, the roof on the right is the Revit model, I do not want the flat I want it slopped the whole way but when I turn the corner when picking my roof edge it automatically makes the flat


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Wed, May 15, 2013 at 1:09:14 PM | Roof Fascia On Negative Sloped Roof

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It will never work because the profile heights have to be different.  Remember - profiles run perpindicular to their path.  I think you want it to run vertcal and they just don't do that.  You need two different profiles, one for the edge facing the view and a different one for the returns,  Then add an in-place void to cut the ends where needed.


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Wed, May 15, 2013 at 2:47:35 PM | Roof Fascia On Negative Sloped Roof

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Thats what I figured just wanted to make sure I wasn't missing something. Thanks


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