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*Tushaus, Bret
Message 1 of 4 (31 Views)

Wall Cleanup Problem

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07-18-2001 12:21 AM
I have a condition that I am unable to get the walls to cleanup properly.
Basically the condition consists of windows that are in a length of wall
that is basically the same width of the wall - where the window ends, the
wall turns the corner. I am getting wall cleanup errors in two of the walls
involved and I cannot figure out how to resolve the cleanup problem. Where
the wall is broken for the opening, all the endcaps should use the endcap
for that wall style in which the brick component returns back to the rigid
insulation. I have posted the drawing in the Customer Files group under the
subject "Wall with Window Cleanup Problem". If anyone has any ideas on how
I can resolve this, I would greatly appreciate the assistance. Thanks.
*Connor, Robert
Message 2 of 4 (31 Views)

Re: Wall Cleanup Problem

07-18-2001 12:47 AM in reply to: *Tushaus, Bret
Bret,

I just found your post from the 12th, and I have posted a solution to CF.

Robert Connor
Thielsen Architects

"Bret Tushaus" wrote in message
news:C36A918D7BEE54BB4DB0BBFFE0CF1FD4@in.WebX.maYIadrTaRb...
> I have a condition that I am unable to get the walls to cleanup properly.
> Basically the condition consists of windows that are in a length of wall
> that is basically the same width of the wall - where the window ends, the
> wall turns the corner. I am getting wall cleanup errors in two of the
walls
> involved and I cannot figure out how to resolve the cleanup problem.
Where
> the wall is broken for the opening, all the endcaps should use the endcap
> for that wall style in which the brick component returns back to the rigid
> insulation. I have posted the drawing in the Customer Files group under
the
> subject "Wall with Window Cleanup Problem". If anyone has any ideas on
how
> I can resolve this, I would greatly appreciate the assistance. Thanks.
>
>
>
*Tushaus, Bret
Message 3 of 4 (31 Views)

Re:

12-13-2003 11:37 PM in reply to: *Tushaus, Bret
Thanks for the reponse, what you did makes perfect sense...I should have
been able to come up with that.

I was wondering if you had any ideas on how I can make the endcap on the
horizontal window at the inside corner appear correctly? The brick from the
veritcal wall should really continue to the insulation at this opening.
However, if I try and apply a custom endcap to this opening to reflect this
condition, I get a cleanup error. Any ideas?

"Robert Connor" wrote in message
news:774C1B9B25E498785172AD868E71CD0C@in.WebX.maYIadrTaRb...
> Bret,
>
> I just found your post from the 12th, and I have posted a solution to CF.
>
> Robert Connor
> Thielsen Architects
>
> "Bret Tushaus" wrote in message
> news:C36A918D7BEE54BB4DB0BBFFE0CF1FD4@in.WebX.maYIadrTaRb...
> > I have a condition that I am unable to get the walls to cleanup
properly.
> > Basically the condition consists of windows that are in a length of wall
> > that is basically the same width of the wall - where the window ends,
the
> > wall turns the corner. I am getting wall cleanup errors in two of the
> walls
> > involved and I cannot figure out how to resolve the cleanup problem.
> Where
> > the wall is broken for the opening, all the endcaps should use the
endcap
> > for that wall style in which the brick component returns back to the
rigid
> > insulation. I have posted the drawing in the Customer Files group under
> the
> > subject "Wall with Window Cleanup Problem". If anyone has any ideas on
> how
> > I can resolve this, I would greatly appreciate the assistance. Thanks.
> >
> >
> >
>
>
*Connor, Robert
Message 4 of 4 (31 Views)

Re:

12-13-2003 11:37 PM in reply to: *Tushaus, Bret
Bret,

I have not tried it, but you might be able to site the justification to the
inside face of the wall, the cleanup to the justification line, and then
create an endcap. I am not sure about this one. Whatever endcap is used it
can not interfere with the window, I know that much for sure. I have on
some similar situations moved or shrunk the window by 1/256" and had that
work. I am not sure that anything is possible for this condition. It is
probably something for a developer at Adesk to attempt.

Good luck.

Robert

"Bret Tushaus" wrote in message
news:36AA54223E9B06B3BC0A0B1D3D345B1A@in.WebX.maYIadrTaRb...
> Thanks for the reponse, what you did makes perfect sense...I should have
> been able to come up with that.
>
> I was wondering if you had any ideas on how I can make the endcap on the
> horizontal window at the inside corner appear correctly? The brick from
the
> veritcal wall should really continue to the insulation at this opening.
> However, if I try and apply a custom endcap to this opening to reflect
this
> condition, I get a cleanup error. Any ideas?
>
> "Robert Connor" wrote in message
> news:774C1B9B25E498785172AD868E71CD0C@in.WebX.maYIadrTaRb...
> > Bret,
> >
> > I just found your post from the 12th, and I have posted a solution to
CF.
> >
> > Robert Connor
> > Thielsen Architects
> >
> > "Bret Tushaus" wrote in message
> > news:C36A918D7BEE54BB4DB0BBFFE0CF1FD4@in.WebX.maYIadrTaRb...
> > > I have a condition that I am unable to get the walls to cleanup
> properly.
> > > Basically the condition consists of windows that are in a length of
wall
> > > that is basically the same width of the wall - where the window ends,
> the
> > > wall turns the corner. I am getting wall cleanup errors in two of the
> > walls
> > > involved and I cannot figure out how to resolve the cleanup problem.
> > Where
> > > the wall is broken for the opening, all the endcaps should use the
> endcap
> > > for that wall style in which the brick component returns back to the
> rigid
> > > insulation. I have posted the drawing in the Customer Files group
under
> > the
> > > subject "Wall with Window Cleanup Problem". If anyone has any ideas
on
> > how
> > > I can resolve this, I would greatly appreciate the assistance.
Thanks.
> > >
> > >
> > >
> >
> >
>
>

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