Eave overhang flattens out


verticalworks
 Share

Recommended Posts

Hi Justin,  That's controlled by the "eave Sub Fascia" dimension in the structure panel of the build roof dialogue box. Make it the same as the depth of the rafter and it should work. 

You may have to click it "on" first, then, when you get what you want, you can click the sub fascia "off" again. 

  • Upvote 1
Link to comment
Share on other sites

Please sign in to comment

You will be able to leave a comment after signing in



Sign In Now
 Share

  • Member Statistics

    31405
    Total Members
    9156
    Most Online
    MCDCINC
    Newest Member
    MCDCINC
    Joined
  • Similar Content

    • By since1937
      How can I enclose the roof overhang so the beams/trusses aren’t exposed when walking outside from French doors? In the picture I colored in red where I’m trying to not have an open overhang. The overhang is 8’, and I will have structural posts to hold up overhang.

    • By RenoByDesign
      When I'm building my roof, I put in a dimension for my roof overhang and it doesn't matter what number I put in the dialog box, it only draws it at 20" deep. What am I doing wrong? I need to fix this so I can draw my roof lines correctly and send out for a roofing quote. I am using Chief Architect Premier X12.
      Thank you, Melissa


    • By decorators3
      Hi 
      I am having trouble recreating a roof that exists on a building that I am redesigning some  renovations .  I've attached the actual photo of the roof over hang ( if it is an actual overhang) plus my perspective overview in progress....
      Any help is appreciated by
       
      Thanks
       


    • By fmrkva9525
      Ive been designing and modeling a few pieces of furniture and builtins here in chief and for some reason I'm having issues with countertop overhangs when a cabinet is butted to another cabinet that is a different depth. Ive attached a photo, but ive never ran into this issue in x9. I have countertops set in my defaults to be the same all the way around, but for some reason when a cabinet is placed adjacent to another, the cabinet with the larger depth will not carry the correct overhang to its adjacent cabinet.

    • By StevenJ
      I set my eave overhang in Build Roof, to 600mm.  But for some parts of the roof, i want a reduced overhang (like over the porch).  I can reduce the overhang on a gable wall by setting the ovrhang property in the wall specification for the roof.  But for the non gable wall, that setting does nothing and Chief always just uses the global value.  Is this correct, or am i doing something wrong?
       
      Its a simple roof and there are only a few places where i need a non-standard roof overhang, but the only way i have found to do it is to manually change the roof planes.