Click Modify | Create/Edit Boundary Draw tab (Slope Arrow). Draw the slope arrow in the drawing area: click once to specify its start point (tail); click again to specify its endpoint (head). The slope arrow must start on an existing sketch line. For more examples and tips, see About Slope Arrows.
How do you draw slope in Revit?
Create a Sloped Floor
- Draw a slope arrow while sketching or editing the floor boundary.
- Specify a value for the Offset from Base property for parallel floor sketch lines.
- Specify a value for the Defines Slope and Slope properties for a single floor sketch line.
How do you change the slope of a ramp in Revit?
Edit a Ramp
- Open a plan view or a 3D view that displays the ramp.
- Select the ramp, and click Modify | Ramps tab Mode panel Edit Sketch.
How do you change slope in Revit?
Click Modify | Pipes tab Edit panel Slope to enable tools for adjusting the slope of the pipes and transitions in the section. In the slope editor, on the Slope panel, select a value for Slope Value. An arrow displays at the reference end.
How do I change the direction of a ramp in Revit?
Use one of the following procedures to reverse the stair up/down direction:
- To flip the stair in project mode, click the Flip stairs up direction control in the drawing area.
- To flip the stair in stair assembly edit mode: Click Modify | Stair tab Edit panel (Edit Stairs). Click Modify | Stair tab Tools panel (Flip).
What is the slope of an ADA ramp?
The ramp must have a 1:12 slope ratio. This means that there must be a one-inch rise in the ramp for every corresponding 12 inches of the ramp.