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    Complicated Roofs




    Hi Guys, I am newbie to this forum and would love you can assist me little bit with this roof. How can i make it i have trying a couple days already and really tired of it, could you please show me the way how to do it in steps.

    Thank you for your help in advance.
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    Dear Revit Users, could you please write a solution that you think is the best option.

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    Quote Originally Posted by RevitCrazy View Post
    Dear Revit Users, could you please write a solution that you think is the best option.
    Could you be a little more patient?

    Thank you.

    And welcome to the forum!
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    Guys, there is no one who can help

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    Quote Originally Posted by snowyweston View Post
    Could you be a little more patient?

    Thank you.

    And welcome to the forum!

    Thank you, I will be patient. I panic too much ...

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    You will need multiple roof objects. One for the main roof - you can angle the sketch lines for the rake to get the projection. One for the Mansard with a cut-off height, one for the mansard gable, and a roof for each dormer roof. The attached should point you in the right direction.
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    Thank you for your effort.
    I am already here but problem is i cant join them, and there some parts inside needed to be cut but i cant cut them.

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    And my posts are being published late somehow.

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    Posts from new users require approval from moderators. Helps cut down on the junk spam Your should start going through before too long.

    Can you post what you have now? There are a few methods for joining and the best option depends on what you have already & what you need.
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    This what i have now :


    This what i want : ,
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