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paul53_7
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Roof Clipped Eaves - No overhang

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06-05-2013 06:33 AM

Please see enclosed images.

 

I am looking to be able to draw a clipped eaves as per attached PDF, also with corbelled eaves shown drawn

quickly on sketchup.

 

Also is it simple to insert timber trusses as part of the roof structure?

 

Any help would be aprreciated.

Hello - I am thinking the fascia command will get you what you want. You can create the profile to be what you want and use that in the fascia command.

 

As for inserting the timber trusses WITH the Roof - No you cannot do this. The roof command is totally separate from putting in any bracing. The Roof is based off of layers of material and any bracing would be a family.

 

LD

 

 

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LisaDrago
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Re: Roof Clipped Eaves - No overhang

06-06-2013 12:09 PM in reply to: paul53_7

Hello - I am thinking the fascia command will get you what you want. You can create the profile to be what you want and use that in the fascia command.

 

As for inserting the timber trusses WITH the Roof - No you cannot do this. The roof command is totally separate from putting in any bracing. The Roof is based off of layers of material and any bracing would be a family.

 

LD

 

 


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