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    sweep did not work with me to draw cornice along roof

    i did sweep by drawing profile on side and sketch path but it faild with me i do not know maybe because there is two workplane i picked
    the method of wall sweep do not work except horizontal and vertical
    hope you can help me in that
    thanks in advance foe the help
    (notice:the image is owned to dzatto member)
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    I used the fascia tool, along with model lines. Here's a thread on it. Post #22 by the one and only Martijn is an excellent tutorial, with pictures. That's exactly how I did it.

    For the porch, I used a wall sweep. The only reason I didn't use a wall sweep for the top area is because:

    1. The returns where the parapet breaks the fascia. There isn't a wall that is perpendicular to the main wall in that area, so a wall sweep wouldn't give me that slight return.
    2. The peaks themselves. They are created by editing the walls profile. Walls sweeps are only horizontal (that I know of), so it would cut horizontally across the peak.

    Both the wall sweep and the fascia are driven by the same profile. So, you will first need to create a profile family and load that into the project.
    Last edited by dzatto; August 25, 2011, 04:28 PM.
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      #3
      awesome i tried fascia and it works with me thanks dzatto

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        #4
        Originally posted by dzatto View Post
        I used the fascia tool, along with model lines. Here's a thread on it. Post #22 by the one and only Martijn is an excellent tutorial, with pictures. That's exactly how I did it.
        Let's keep the credits where they belong: Mark b first mentioned this trick in this post.
        Martijn de Riet
        Professional Revit Consultant | Revit API Developer
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          #5
          Sorry. Yep, Mark was the originator. But you had more pretty pictures in your post to look at. :laugh:
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            #6
            Hey, Dan - I didn't know they were turning the Alamo into a get-hosed-&-lubed joint.


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              #7
              That service is performed around back. :laugh:
              Dan

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                #8
                Me love you long time, pardner. Y'all come back.


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