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    The jagged lines in the edge of roof

    Hi,


    I created a “gable corrugated roofing” with “a right trapezoid foot print”.


    In a plan view, where the roof intersects an inclined line on the right side, its edge shows the jagged lines (see attachment).



    What cause it and how to fix this?

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    The ribs are center orientated. They terminate right where you told them to. But the width doesn't pay any attention to the angle.

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    Hi,

    So, how to fix this jagged lines?


    Regards,

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    What kind of element is it made of?

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    Hi,


    The roof itself based on a “sloped glazing” with a “customised mullion profile”.

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    Quote Originally Posted by rimutaka18 View Post
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    The roof itself based on a “sloped glazing” with a “customised mullion profile”.
    The top edge of your millions won't cut at that angle. You could try using custom curtain panels (instead of mullions) with the curve profile and build in a void to cut the sloped edges.

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    You could also use a line based generic model with a 45 degree void on the end and then array them. A bit more work to adjust but it will be perfect and you know exactly how much length of panel you need to order.

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    Thank for all suggestions provided.

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    Quote Originally Posted by rimutaka18 View Post
    Hi,


    The roof itself based on a “sloped glazing” with a “customised mullion profile”.
    Make a thin mullion profile (could be 1/32" wide with a transparent material) or use a profile that looks like the pour stop angle for the slab. When you have a mullion at the perimeter edge, the other mullions will trim at an angle.
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