Intersecting roofs

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Jakub
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Intersecting roofs

Post by Jakub » Fri Oct 15, 2021 6:55 am

Hello folks,
I would like to ask for help with one of my current projects.
I have an intersection of two roofs in it, as seen on the picture below.
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I wondered, if there is any way to connect these roofs together (making it one "L" shaped).
The outside esthetics is not a concern here. The main issue is that these roofs affect the geometry of individual rooms.
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The cutout tool does not work either, since it just makes the selected part invisible and does not remove it completely.

I watched all the youtube vids posted in "roof" topics and tried to search almost everywhere for a possible solution with no luck so far.
Would anyone know a way to work around this by any chance?

Thanks for any help you can provide

Csuleiman
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Re: Intersecting roofs

Post by Csuleiman » Fri Oct 15, 2021 9:02 am

Hello Jakub,

Please provide us with the evo project file so that we could check the roof construction directly in evo. It would be of help if you could send us the link to this topic so that we could better assign this issue. Our email address is 'Support@dialux.com'.

Best regards,
DIAL Support Team

Csuleiman
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Re: Intersecting roofs

Post by Csuleiman » Thu Oct 21, 2021 7:58 am

Hello Jakub,

Thank you very much for sending us your project file.
You should create a separate storey for the roof and construct a separate room for each roof section into the attic. In this way, many open holes in the roof should be closed, because when you construct a room, new walls can always be created.

If gaps continue to be visible afterwards, you must close them with the help of narrow extrusion volumes. Although this is not an optimal solution, it is the only possible solution for complex roof constructions.

You can only remove overlapping parts with the help of cut-outs.

Have you already taken a look at our helpful video tutorials? Here you can watch a lot of videos that can help you with your planning: http://www.youtube.com/user/TheDIALux/videos

These videos describe the approach to constructing complicated roofs:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jOjEAYkGTQw
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5pIBNNfHzpU

Best regards,
DIAL Support Team

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