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Thu, Oct 10, 2013 at 2:11:49 AM | Revit 2012 fascia limitations??

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I will try this again! I have attached two images, one is a 3d image of the model, the other image is of an elevation of the building where I have edited the line work to describe the fascia/eave I wish to portray. I had one person offer the thought of creating a fascia to effect the sloped eave which almost worked but they would not miter because the roof does not have any square fascia joins.

I was not able to use the eave tool because it wanted to mak the eaves on a flat plain & all of the eaves on this building slope the same as the roof.

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Thu, Oct 10, 2013 at 1:09:56 PM | Revit 2012 fascia limitations??

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Instead of a facia, why not a sweep?


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Thu, Oct 10, 2013 at 10:33:58 PM | Revit 2012 fascia limitations??

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Will that cope with the varying eave widths??



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Fri, Oct 11, 2013 at 1:57:04 AM | Revit 2012 fascia limitations??

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I reproduced the roof as a slab, made a sweep. But when I tried to apply my sweep from my structure tab > floor > slab edge I could only pick one edge of the new slab, but I could pick the floor slab & apply the sweep, not much good! When I pick the new slab the properties tell me its a slab, so why can't I apply the swee to it???

I also made a simple square slab as shown in the attached image where I was able to attach my sweep to 2 edges.



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Fri, Oct 11, 2013 at 2:13:35 PM | Revit 2012 fascia limitations??

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Floor edge is not the same process as a simple, model in-place sweep.

 

I'm sorry but your image doesn't mean anything.  You know what you are asking but your not showing us.


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Sat, Oct 12, 2013 at 7:06:35 AM | Revit 2012 fascia limitations??

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Yes well just trying my best!! in the first post there are two images, one is the 'Revit fascia problem" which shows a square edged roof/fascia the other is titled "Revit fascia required" showing the cut on the underside of the eaves. Hard for me to explain any better??


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