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Fri, Sep 14, 2007 at 2:13:42 PM | Detail components

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I am working on a section detail, using structural detail components. I have inserted a TS beam in section view, and have a TS 4 x 4 connecting to that beam on and angle. is there a way to have the 4 x 4 miter at the connection point? Edit cut profile won't work on that element. Seems like a waste of time if you have to go in and edit the family to make it work right.

 Maybe it is better to just do a drafting view and not use the components in those areas.

 Any thoughts or help would be appreciated.

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