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How could i generate a 2d plan from the 3d roof framing to send to layout to dimension. Thanks

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Not the way to do it, try to do all dimensioning in the plan then send to the layout. Not exactly sure what you want though.

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It would be good to go through the basic tutorials that Chief has. This question is almost at the level of "how do I draw a wall?" and is asking more for tutoring than help with a problem you can't solve. This forum can be very helpful, but people expect that you've taken the time to learn the basics on your own.

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Just send it to layout or export as an DWG then import into chief and then sent to layout

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