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    Floor with different slopes on top and bottom

    Once you slope a floor, there is no way to modify sub elements, correct?

    I have a floor that is flat and sloped longitudinally on the bottom. The top is also sloped longitudinally, but the thickness increases from about 4" at the edges to 6" in the model to create a cross slope. What is the best way to model this?

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    A regular floor can't have an independently sloped top and bottom. You could model it as in-place. My preferred method is to see if I can use a regular floor and then cut some volume from the underside with an in-place family containing only a void.
    There must be a better way...

    Ekko Nap
    Professional nitpicker, architect, revit consultant, etc.

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      #3
      or maybe two floors, or a composite floor that has a variable surface, just chuckin' ideas.
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