DianeP

Help gap in flooring

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Is anyone able to help me figure out what is going on with this plan.  There is a gap that shows up in the 3d model on the second floor near the stairs.  Also, the area doesn't look right when I do a section cut thru the area.  I  have attached the .plan file for any that have time to look at it.  Thanks!

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6040 East Bay ICF Design.plan

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Don't have an answer, but building framing shows the gap.

 

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This roof plane is your problem...

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Check out the shape in the upper right quadrant.

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4 minutes ago, Alaskan_Son said:

This roof plane is your problem...

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Check out the shape in the upper right quadrant.

Awesome.  You found it.  I am still not sure why it wouldn't work, but I took out the extra segment around the stairs (there were 2. I made it one using the fillet tool)  Thanks bunches!

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2 minutes ago, DianeP said:

Awesome.  You found it.  I am still not sure why it wouldn't work, but I took out the extra segment around the stairs (there were 2. I made it one using the fillet tool)  Thanks bunches!

 

You bet.  Roofs can get problematic when you have extra unnecessary segments, particularly when those segments are at off angles that don't proper;y correspond with a wall or another roof plane.

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35 minutes ago, Alaskan_Son said:

 

You bet.  Roofs can get problematic when you have extra unnecessary segments, particularly when those segments are at off angles that don't proper;y correspond with a wall or another roof plane.

Well done Michael! I figured it must be a roof, but I didn't find that one. Good work.

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