ArchiCAD 15 New Features - Complex roofs Cross-gable roof In this video, we will present how we can easily create a cross-gable Roof, trimming two separate g
We wanted to make the porch roof as steep as possible while keeping the peak of the roof below the wall-to-roof intersection at the top of the shed roof. Rather than try to cut the sleepers with perfect angles top and bottom, we intentionally kept the sleepers a foot or so short of the peak and nailed the
hi all, I am a newbie for revit and the forum. Have been learning revit for around 2 weeks and having some fun. However problem arises, please have a look at the attachment pic. I have been trying to cut a intersect roof yesterday and got struck all day. I was able to join the roofs by the join command,
Roofs only cut off inside rooms. The edge you are seeing in the room comes from a roof outside of the room (the roofs footprint does not go into the room). Extend the roof into the room. Edit: This is wrong. It turns out, in fact, roofs cut off no matter where the footprint of the roof is. I don't know what to tell you
Trim Elements to Roof Shell command can create unexpected results when used with slanted walls. The command makes use of trimming bodies that extrude downward from the roof at a 90 degree angle. This means that a Slanted Wall, which is trimmed by a roof, will not only be cut at the intersection with
A Truss Base is a closed polyline that defines the area in which valley fill roof trusses are to be built across and above the tops of normal, full size roof trusses.
Other options include Subtraction with Upwards Extrusion, which allows one element to cut off the top of another (such as a roof trimming a wall, or a slab opening up space in the . Next, the slab is chosen as the Target element, and the mesh as the Operator element, using Intersect as the SEO operation.
Closed cut valley: A method of valley treatment in which shingles from one side of the valley extend across the valley while shingles from the other side are trimmed two inches from the valley centerline. Hip shingles: Shingles used to cover the inclined external angle formed by the intersection of two sloping roof planes.
We have a project with several intersecting pitched roofs, that also meet overlap the walls. I am struggling to get the geometry to meet satisfactorily and would really like to be able to manipulate the roof faces with 3D handles. It seems that if i join roof faces, the cut line continues down at the angle of the
I am new at using revit for instruction, and some ofmy students are having problems with intersecting roofs. As an example, a gable roof passing through a hip roof. When you look at the underside, both roofs pass through each other. Is there a way to "trim" the roofs back to each other to obtain a single line