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Tue, Jun 28, 2011 at 9:48:36 AM | How do you chamfer two different wall types?

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Trying to chamfer a regular curtain wall type with a basic gyp board wall type. Is this possible without an elaborate work around? Any help is appreicated. thanks


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Tue, Jun 28, 2011 at 9:50:17 AM | hcjames570

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Quoting hcjames570 from 2011-06-28 09:48:36

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Trying to chamfer a regular curtain wall type with a basic gyp board wall type. Is this possible without an elaborate work around? Any help is appreicated. thanks

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Tue, Jun 28, 2011 at 10:13:34 AM | How do you chamfer two different wall types?

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What do you mean by chamfer? <<< BAD term here I think.

 

Do you mean join a normal wall to a CW at a 90?... at a 45? ... or at a 90 but miter the join?

 

Please clarify your question.


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Tue, Jun 28, 2011 at 10:26:54 AM | How do you chamfer two different wall types?

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I am trying to mitre two different wall types at a 135 degree angle. One wall is a curtian wall at 90 degrees and should stay at that angle. The other is a gwb wall and currently the curtain wall mullion is interesecting the end of the gwb wall.

I would like to mitre the end of the gwb wall at 45 degrees to the curtain wall mullion.


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Tue, Jun 28, 2011 at 10:35:43 AM | How do you chamfer two different wall types?

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You are still not clear because I think you are talking angles in plan and maybe elevation.  If you mean the CW ends with a normal 90 in plan and intersects a wall at an angle in plan?  Then turn off the wall joins for the CW.  And add a vertical in-place vertical void to cut the end of the drywall wall with a 45.


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Tue, Jun 28, 2011 at 10:38:16 AM | How do you chamfer two different wall types?

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You have it right. The scenario is competely in plan. I will proceed with your suggesting that the two walls wont actually be joined.

Thank you for the tip!


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