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Mon, Jul 17, 2006 at 4:17:00 PM | Joining a Floor to a Roof????? Help!

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Hello All, I have a roof and a floor that is up on a loft level. When I model the floor, I have the edge of floor so that it aligns to the face of stud. Well, my roof also comes down and joins in the same area. When I go to a section and/or a 3D view, you can see the floor coming thru the roof. Is there any way to cut the edge of the floor so that it does not go thru the roof? Join geometry does not work. Any tricks? Thanks

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Tue, Jul 18, 2006 at 7:32:46 AM | RE: Joining a Floor to a Roof????? Help!

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Manually. Create a section through. take a dimension from where floor edge is back to where it intersects roof. open plan and edit floor pulling line back to that point. I am not aware of being able to cut roof/floors in relation to each other.

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Tue, Jul 18, 2006 at 2:04:43 PM | RE: Joining a Floor to a Roof????? Help!

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Did you try Attaching the floor to the roof?

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Fri, Jan 28, 2011 at 9:29:49 PM | Joining a Floor to a Roof????? Help!

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Do you need to have the roof rafters bear on the plate? You could build the floor conventionally and the rafters could bear on the edge of the floor, on a flat plate. Might be easier to frame. I know this is design change rather than solving a Revit problem. 

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Sat, Mar 5, 2011 at 6:42:27 PM | Joining a Floor to a Roof????? Help!

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I had the same problem and this is what I did. 

After you join your floor with an inclined roof. You isolate the floor in a plan view. Their you would be able to see the extra part that is sticking out of the roof. That extra part is seperated from you floor but you cant delete it because it's still a part of your floor. Therefore you now select the floor, click edit and decrease the width of your floor to the extent you just need. After you quit the sketch mode, your floor would still be attached to the roof but that extra part would be gone. 

 


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