When to use a slope arrow.
How to show slope arrow for roof on plan.
You want to draw the slope in a plan view.
If the level goes down with respect to where you stand the arrow faces down and vice versa.
It depends on which level you cut the plan.
You know the height at the top and bottom of the element plane rather than the slope angle.
Ramp slope and stair direction arrows may be up or down so require a notation up down at the base or along the line of the arrow.
Is there a way to automatically indicate the slope orientation and amount like some sort of roof tag.
In site plans the preferred way to indicate slope is with contours.
Run the insert roof slope arrow tool.
Is there a way to tag or indicate the slope of a roof in the roof plan for construction documentation.
Choose arrow family type.
Click modify create roof footprint tab draw panel slope arrow.
Noting it in plan view is optional.
When you run the tool you will get a dialog warning you to be sure that you have selected the placement method to be on the workplane.
By running the insert roof slope arrow function you will get access to the slope arrow called nvslopeandelevationarrow.
However on the roof plan the roof looks flat.
Usually in the center of the ramp or stair.
On the properties palette select new sketch.
The reference plane in the sketch indicates where.
You can find the slope arrow tool located on the create roof footprint tab.
Create a roof slope using slope arrows.
For example you can use slope arrows to adjust a flat roof to satisfy a particular height at a drainage point.
Http autode sk v1njcw this video demonstrates the usage of slope arrows to define slope in a roof that is not perpendicular to the roof edges.
As you have observed in the us roof slope is always indicated as x 12.
Use a slope arrow when.
Create a rectangular footprint sketch and designate all sketch lines as non slope defining.
If noted in plan view it is a simple open arrow showing the direction of the slope.
Our roof was created with the roof tool and the slope was input in the properties dialogue.
The arrow line extends to the end edge of the ramp or last tread and start with a dot and end with an arrow.
The slope should always be noted in elevation and section views.
The arrows do not extend from the ridge to the eave.