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bgunderson
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Roof Drains and Scuppers

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06-27-2006 11:57 AM
Has anyone ever created a roof drain and a scupper to be placed in a roof and wall respectively?
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fraquarc
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Registered: ‎12-28-2006
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Re: Roof Drains and Scuppers

12-28-2006 08:27 AM in reply to: bgunderson
Sorry I'm a new user and I have the same question! Did you find a way, or have a reply?
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melarch
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Re: Roof Drains and Scuppers

12-30-2006 05:35 AM in reply to: bgunderson
You can create a roof hosted family and a wall hosted family to meet the needs of you roof drain and scupper.

You might check Revit City or AUGI for family content to see if anyone has created one of these families that meets you need.

Mel Persin, AIA
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sbrown
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Re: Roof Drains and Scuppers

12-30-2006 06:12 AM in reply to: bgunderson
Yes, I have made a wall based family that contains an opening that cuts the wall with height parameters to locate the opening, it then has a conductor head and downspout.
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regalith
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Re: Roof Drains and Scuppers

02-06-2013 02:27 PM in reply to: sbrown

This family is exactly what I'm looking for except the insert point is way above the object so I can't insert it into a wall at the correct height.  I can insert it into the model but when I try to move it up to the correct height I get a warning that the family isn't cutting anything.  

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