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Wrapping “at inserts”,

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11-04-2012 09:48 AM

Wrapping “at inserts”,

 

I couldn’t see any effect for any of the choices of the wrapping “at inserts” (don’t wrap/exterior/interior/both) while wrapping “at ends” is reflected directly on the drawing.

 

How to see the effect of wrapping “at inserts”?

 

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Thank you

 

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Jamal

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Jamal NUMAN, GIS and Civil Engineer, MSc
e-mail: JamaL9722060@yahoo.com
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  • "Inserts" refers to windows, doors, etc, inserted in the wall.
  • "Exterior" means that the layer designated as the most exterior layer of the wall, such as brick, is the layer that turns towards the center of the wall, to cover the air gap or the core of the wall, at windows and doors.
  • "Interior" means that only the layer designated as the most interior layer of the wall, such as gypsum board, is the layer that turns toward the center, to cover the gap, or cover the core, at window and doors.
  • "Both" means that both interior and exterior layers turn to cover the air gap or the core.
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Re: Wrapping “at inserts”,

11-08-2012 05:15 AM in reply to: JamaL9722060
  • "Inserts" refers to windows, doors, etc, inserted in the wall.
  • "Exterior" means that the layer designated as the most exterior layer of the wall, such as brick, is the layer that turns towards the center of the wall, to cover the air gap or the core of the wall, at windows and doors.
  • "Interior" means that only the layer designated as the most interior layer of the wall, such as gypsum board, is the layer that turns toward the center, to cover the gap, or cover the core, at window and doors.
  • "Both" means that both interior and exterior layers turn to cover the air gap or the core.
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Re: Wrapping “at inserts”,

11-10-2012 02:41 PM in reply to: Alfredo_Medina

Many thanks Alfredo for the elaboration. This is very useful.

 

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Jamal

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Jamal NUMAN, GIS and Civil Engineer, MSc
e-mail: JamaL9722060@yahoo.com
P.O.Box: 731, Ramallah, West Bank, Palestine.
----------------------------------------------------------
Software: AutoCAD 2014, AutoCAD C3D, AutoCAD M3D, Revit
Windows 7 (Ultimate 64 bits),
Firefox 20.0,
Kaspersky 2013.
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