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Mon, Feb 5, 2007 at 10:17:25 PM | two-way tapered rigid insulation

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I've got a question about how to model a two-way tapered insulation on a flat roof.  From these forums, I know I have to model two roofs (one for the roof slab, one for the insulation) and join them together.  

 

But how do I model the insulation part of the roof so it slopes *two* ways on the top surface, but remains flat and level on the bottom surface?   

 

Would I have to create two different blends (and mirror them) and join it all together? 

 

Thanks. 



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