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i've got a project requiring chain link fencing. i downloaded from 3d warehouse (sketchup) a chainlink panel. it bogs down the plan file big time. how do you guys go about setting this up?

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There are a couple metal poles that I use under MILLWORK>BALUSTERS, NEWELS, & POSTS>CAPPED

 

 

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9 minutes ago, joey_martin said:

There are a couple metal poles that I use under MILLWORK>BALUSTERS, NEWELS, & POSTS>CAPPED

 

 

what about your top rail?

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19 minutes ago, ChiefUserBigRob said:

what about your top rail?

 

What about it?

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1 hour ago, ChiefUserBigRob said:

they have JUST the chainlink, no poles. i could be wrong tho or i need to build the poles into the fencing

 

The "Poles" are applied via the Railing wall Dialog box once put into your plan, you specify the "Newels" to be "round" and there is an input box for their diameter. Then on the "Rails" tab of that same dialog, you can assign "Round" top and bottom "rails" to complete the construct.

 

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31 minutes ago, DavidJPotter said:

 

The "Poles" are applied via the Railing wall Dialog box once put into your plan, you specify the "Newels" to be "round" and there is an input box for their diameter. Then on the "Rails" tab of that same dialog, you can assign "Round" top and bottom "rails" to complete the construct.

 

DJP

you the man! i "opened object" on the chainlink panel and didn't see the railing option which is why i am here. obviously im looking at the wrong place to do so?

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3 hours ago, DavidJPotter said:

 

The "Poles" are applied via the Railing wall Dialog box once put into your plan, you specify the "Newels" to be "round" and there is an input box for their diameter. Then on the "Rails" tab of that same dialog, you can assign "Round" top and bottom "rails" to complete the construct.

 

DJP

solved.......i get it now.....never thought of doing it this way. thanks david & joey.

 

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