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I have been struggling making lattice out of polyline solids, then adding trim, etc.  Today I made a new wall type that was lattice and I can add corner boards  and position the walls easily under entry stairs and decks.  Thought I would share this, I haven't seen this approach in my searches and I thought it might help someone. 

 

Katharine

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Good idea.

 

What did you use for the lattice?

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I used the diagonal lattice that is in the wire and lattice folder from Chief Architect Bonus Catalog.  I changed the dimension to 1/2" and substituted the diagonal lattice for the fir in the default.

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