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Commercial Bathroom Stalls

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Hi- this is my first post as a new member of ChiefTalk.  I'm also a new user of X10, so I am hoping this isn't a stupid question :D

 

I am drawing a bathroom for a residential remodel, but I need to put commercial bathroom stalls in it.  (I know- that sounds crazy! :D:D)   This is a halfway house for men that are recovering addicts.  I need to draw a proposed bathroom remodel for the grant proposal.  

 

Any ideas on bathroom stalls?  I searched the Catalog Downloads and didn't see anything there.  Any help is appreciated- thank you!

 

Cam

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Welcome aboard.

 

Filling out your signature helps us help you. (see mine for an example)

 

Click on your user name at the top right of the page, click Account Settings, then Signature on the left. 


Your version of Chief (X9, X10) (Premier, Interiors) is the important info.

 

Make sure you turn on View Signatures too.

 

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Do a search.  That same question has been asked, and answered.

 

Edit:  The search function apparently does not search the archives of Chieftalk before the recent update.  Or whatever.

 

I used Google to search and came up with this.  There are more.

 

http://www.chieftalk.com/showthread.php?62715-A-Commercial-Bathroom-Stall-Partition-quot-How-To-quot-using-Railings

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I just do stuff like this manually, Panels using p-solids, solids, or symbols, and brackets using symbols.

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Thanks Alaskan_Son.  I think I have it figured out using wall tool, then just making it thinner, and raising/lowering bottom and top of walls.  Appreciate it.

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There are some standard partitions in the Core Catalog.  Architectural > Fixtures > Partitions.  They are however all symbols so it is critical that you understand Stretch Planes and Zones if resizing is required.

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