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Tue, May 8, 2007 at 2:47:26 PM | Brick or Stone Overhang

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In section I have a standard brick wall assembly sitting on top of a foundation wall.  I need to show the brick overhanging the foundation by 1/2".  When i place these walls, the faces of the brick and the foundation line up -- how can i move the brick to overhang the foundation without the foundation moving also?

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Tue, May 8, 2007 at 3:20:17 PM | Brick or Stone Overhang

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Use stacked walls.

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Tue, May 8, 2007 at 4:10:59 PM | Brick or Stone Overhang

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Thanks -- of course, this seems to bring up other problems. The concrete supporting wall is 8" thick and has a 4" upstand to take the masonry. The level of the bearing ledge (supporting the floor joists) needs to be variable, as the floors are at different heights. it seems as though the stacked wall cannot accomodate split walls as part of their component... or am i missing something. Thanks again.

 

Hmmm -- playing with it seems to have given me the answer -- i've simply got 3 types of wall stacked vertically.  thanks. 



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Tue, May 8, 2007 at 4:40:16 PM | Brick or Stone Overhang

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If you haven't locked the alignment of the walls, select the wall you want moved and check the "Disjoin" button. This will allow you to move the wall independent of the other.

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