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Posted by  Per Corell on April 20, 2003 at 04:49:33:

In Reply to:  Re: Metal Roofing Design over a triangular shaped building posted by Per Corell on April 20, 2003 at 04:42:51:

Hi
Sorry I refered a HTM instead of a graphic.
But with this simple assembly framework you se how the shape of the "roof" can shange as you ask, and continue into a compleatly different roof shape, then it's your choice if the framework shuld be geometric or organic forms, --------- each frame can start as a wall, continue as floor support and end up somwhere forming parts of the roof, and if you only have standard roof panels then use these to form the framework then everything get not much but a bit easyer and your 3D rendering will document that "this" can be build as you can not draw anything in 3D unless it realy work.

 
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