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Roof to composite wall trim using SEO

Roopa A
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Hi all,

I have created the wall using composite profile, (Plaster, Brick, Plaster), and placed the Multi-plane roof, in Ground Floor.

Trimmed this using Solid Element Operation,

And in First Floor, again I have room at the back side and placed the Multi-plane roof there and trimmed again using SEO.

But the composite wall brick is seen in that. (Screenshot-332)

I have attached the image, why it is coming like this.

And if I leave the gap of 1/2", then the plaster wall is seen.(Screenshot-333)

I have attached the image below.


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Roopa A S
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DGSketcher
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@Roopa A I usually see this when the nodes of the roof very slightly overlap the wall. Just ensure the points of the roof match the outer corners of the wall.

 

Also check the position of the ridge point.

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Barry Kelly
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If these are the walls you have SEO'd to your roof, then what you are seeing is because they join to the perpendicular wall in the distance - or maybe they continue all the way back.

The wall you have trimmed is technically still there (just a bit of it is hidden), so it still trims with that wall in the distance.

 

You could select those walls and adjust their top height to below the roof.

 

However if those walls continue back into that block, then you will need to split them at the edge of the block (the perpendicular wall).

But then there is probably no need for SEO at all - you can just adjust the top height.

 

I am not clear what you problem is with the 1/2" gap and the plaster wall.

But maybe the above will sort that.

 

Barry.

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Ok in this case the wall is outer, so I can adjust and it is sorted.

But in this below attached image (Screenshot-334), the wall is at the middle, for that I have to extend and trim, here also it is coming,

 


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