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Tue, Apr 5, 2016 at 4:23:48 PM | Wall based embeded angle not keeping hd stud in place.

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I am trying to create an embeded angle with a headed stud that comes off the angle at 45 deg.

The family looks ok all of the way until you click to place it.

The angle slides to the face of the wall like I expect it to but the headed studs do not slide with it.

Anybody know why?

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Tue, Apr 5, 2016 at 7:08:25 PM | Wall based embeded angle not keeping hd stud in place.

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Bevels are always tricky and rarely work as you would expect them too. I was able to resolve your problem by breaking your bevelled component down into a vertical and horizontal component (using reference planes) and then using a reference line locked on both ends to the intersection of these two reference planes. I then inserted your studs using the reference line as the work plane. I also replaced your stud centeline reference plane with another reference line and locked that reference line to the corner of your angle in both the horizontal and vertical directions.

Anyhow, see attached. Hope this helps.

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Tue, Apr 5, 2016 at 7:49:55 PM | Wall based embeded angle not keeping hd stud in place.

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I'll see what I can do with it.

I think see where I went wrong, I tried to come out from the corner but I need to lock it down in the X & Y like you did.

It is so clear now that I see it.

 

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