Batten Board Wall Type


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7 hours ago, Kbird1 said:

It not to difficult to do you own cross section through a single board , figure out the Tilt on it and then multi-copy it up the wall every 6"


If Mick's solution is the one you are looking for (Personally I am not sure EXACTLY what that is, what he shows can also be easily done in a Back Clip Cross Section Camera (mainly used for Wall Typical's), where you then add 2D objects manually to detail out what you wish to display using closed polylines to emulate siding and trim objects in profile as it is still done in AutoCAD today and for eons.



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