Join Eric Wing for an in-depth discussion in this video Sloping flat roofs, part of Building Roofs with Revit.
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…Sometimes we want to add a flat roof, and…just tilt the entire roof to one side, and let it drain off in one spot.…That's not going to be a problem.…The objective of this video is to add a flat roof.…We will then use a slope arrow to specify either the pitch of the roof or…the height at the high point of the roof.…The roof will slope in that one direction.…We'll then attach the walls to the bottom side of the sloping roof.…So to get started, let's go into our Revit roofs file, or…whatever file you may be working in.…
In my Project Browser, I'm going to go down to the roof level.…In the roof level, I'm going to go ahead and I'm going to add a roof.…So, let's go to the Architecture tab, let's click the Roof button.…Let's make sure that Defines Slope is unchecked.…For the overhang, let's go two feet.…I'm going to zoom into one of my walls, then I'm going to hover my cursor over it.…I'm going to make sure that my alignment line is showing up to the outside.…Once I see that, I'm going to hit my Tab key once.…
- Adding flat-roof materials
- Building a gable
- Creating dormers and skylights
- Adding fascias and soffits
- Creating roofs by extrusion
- Building in roof structure
- Adding detailing
Skill Level Intermediate
Creating Concrete Buildings with Revit Structurewith Eric Wing1h 57m Intermediate
1. Flat and Shed Roofs
2. Pitched Roofs
3. Dormers and Skylights
4. Fascias and Soffits
5. Roofs by Extrusion
6. Roof Structure
7. Roof Detailing
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