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Fri, Sep 15, 2006 at 11:38:17 AM | Roofs

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Goleu


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I have a terrace of existing houses on a sloping site where the roofs are a continuous run rather than being stepped. Is there a way of showing this with this. The roofs are traditional with a ridge running down the centre at a pitch of 30 degrees and the street is sloping down left to right with a drop of 1.5m over 25m. I would be grateful if anybody out there can help as it seems to be a recurring situation.

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Fri, Sep 15, 2006 at 5:42:47 PM | RE:

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Quoting Goleu - 2006-09-15 06:38:17

"Is there a way of showing this with this."




I'll try to help the best I can, but I don't quite understand what exactly you are looking for

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Tue, Sep 19, 2006 at 12:42:00 PM | RE: Roofs

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Nor could I. Please attach a file.

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Tue, Sep 19, 2006 at 1:57:16 PM | RE: Roofs

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Instead of making the roof the convential method, have you tried creating a new component, selecting roof and do it by solid extrusion? You will need to set up a reference plane first Hope it might be useful Regards Will

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Fri, Sep 22, 2006 at 2:04:35 PM | RE: Roofs

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I have attached a simple example of what I am trying to achieve. You will notice that the pitched roof created just runs at a set level. What I want to achieve is the roof fascia and ridge line to be parallel with the top of the wall. One of my colleagues is looking into the possibility of solid extrusion to see if he has any joy.

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Wed, Sep 16, 2009 at 2:13:56 PM | Roofs

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Hello everybody, first i want to excuse me for my english but it`s not my native language. I`m not shure if it is the same problem but i have to do a strange roof with profile cut from the thickness of the roof`s overhang I am attaching a dwg this is a section. i am not shure if you understood from my description so i marked the location on the drawing with white cyrcles.

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Wed, Sep 16, 2009 at 4:12:30 PM | Roofs

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Create a "void" in "model-in-place" in the family "Roof" and use the "Cut Geometry" tool to cut that portion you don't want.....

 


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Thu, Sep 17, 2009 at 7:04:46 AM | Roofs

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Thanks it worked

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