Good morning all,
I need some help understanding end caps. I have read a good bit and watched a couple of tutorials as I usually do before I post but i'm not finding anything to help my current situation or give me a comfortable understanding of wall end caps.
Right now what i'm trying to do is simply have a stud with 3 layers of .5 GWB on each side wrap around with no joint. I have come close but I just cant seem to get all the way.
I understand that the direction I draw my polyline in matters and that i have to give a segment a width wider than 0 if I don't want it to show. In the drawing attached I think I have gone about setting this all up the correct way.
I can get one layer to do what I want but i'm not sure how to get multiple layers do wrap in the end cap sytle.
Any help is greatly appreciated and if anyone has anything to help me further understand end caps, that would be welcome as well.
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I was able to get this to work although i'm not 100% sure it's the best way.
I was able to move those polylines down to meet the end of the wall style and use the calculate Automatically tool and it did the job. I still had to go in and edit the endcap in place to make the ends meet but it works.
If anyone reading this has a better way to go about it then i'm still open to ideas.
Excellent!! That is exactly what I was looking for. I never thought to do a diaganol line to hide where they join.
Do you know of any good tutorials or reading to master endcaps or is it more just trial and error?
Thank you for your help,
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