From the first time I start to use Ramp command in Revit I find many issue for this tool and now after eleven years we don’t have any improvements for this command , now I want to show you how we can create Ramp with all detail then we need !? is this possible ? yes , very simple .
Let’s start , first step is about the creating normal Ramp as usual like the below picture
Then you can turn of the Railing Category for floor plan , because you need to select the boundary of Ramp.
Now start to create Floor , but Floor type name should contain (( Ramp )) . when you want create the boundary for ramp be careful and use pick line tool with turn on Lock option in the Option bar.
After you select the boundary line if you select all of the projection line like the below picture then you will have Break point like the picture.
Go to the 3D View , select the floor and then run Modify sub element tools.
Change the Elevation parameter Like the below picture ( if you need to find Height for Landing you can try to change single border elevation with click and drag and you can see how single edge can match with the Landing Border and you can find the Elevation )
For the Final step you can do same method for Single border line with click and drag. below picture
In fact now you have a ramp with detail in the Finishing Layer but you need change something for present this Ramp in the Section view. So , you can turn off ramp category for all of the Section views.
For floor plan you need to create a Filter like the below picture .
And you can see everything is ok in the Floor Plan.
But something is missing here !?! What about the Solid Ramp ?!? how we can do this with floor ?!?!
Go to the Edit Structure dialogue and make the check box on for Variable option.
Now You have solid Ramp in Revit
And one thing remain, What about the Arc Shape Ramp ?!?!
You can use the same method and Revit can create everything Automatically , and you can see all of the border line are aligned with the Normal Ramp.
And for the Final Part you can add some Cut family over the finishing face of the Ramp.