Another roof problem


#1

I can’t make faces here, but this is what I have to work with (two parallel 10/12 roofs joined to each other). I’m sure I’m doing something wrong, but I don’t know what it is!

Any ideas?

Thanks in advance!


#2

Please upload the file as is. One can’t tell from such an image. A 3D model is needed.


#3

Or conversely learn how to draw a rotated rectangle or a sloped one and use Su inference engine. I find that is what help is for :smiling_imp:
More than likely the plum cut and angle are not in plane. For quick fix I would delete left geo, copy / move right over and up to the rake interface and go from there.


#4

If you can’t make Faces, the Edges you have drawn for the boundaries aren’t co-planar. However, it is about impossible to tell from the figure exactly what is askew - can’t tell normal perspective effects from non-planar surfaces. That’s why it is always better to upload an example model.


#5

The User controls the Axes
The Axes steer the Inference Engine
The Inference Engine steers the Tools
The User can lock Inference via Shift and Arrow keys

Search Results … Aidan Chopra Video Tutorials … #Roofs
https://www.youtube.com/user/aidanchopra/search?query=roofs



Axes


Inferencing


Inference Locking I


Inference Locking II


Accuracy


Tape Measure


Protractor