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Is there anything like this available or do I have to bring something in from sketchup?  I have hunted through the library and chieftalk but I find my idea of proper wording is not what works in search.

Just thought I would ask before having to import something.

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Thank you very much Mike.  I seem to be doing more and more small commercial so I'd better find more of these items on my own but it does seem to be a challenge sometimes.

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Most of my commercial work uses bathrooms, however, when the occupancy requires multiple WC's and or urinals I have to use the stalls. 

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Has anyone tried to setup custom railings for this?  Seems like "panels" would work fairly well.

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Has anyone tried to setup custom railings for this?  Seems like "panels" would work fairly well.

 

Yep. I use a railing wall for my toilet layouts:

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I also use railing walls for my office cubicle panels:

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Yep. I use a railing wall for my toilet layouts:

I like that. The library items are difficult to manage. I would like to know how you got the vertical (newels) to be rectangular instead of square. i.e. 1X6

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If you create your own panel as a millwork symbol you could have the 1x6 as part of it. All you would need to do then is specify "0" for newels

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Just did a call center and used the stock "cubicles" from the library. I was hoping that they were somewhat "manufacturers sizing". Same as toilet partitions, there were still some modifications needed. Most installers work with premade or industry standard sizes when possible for cost efficiency. Custom panel sizes may be prohibitive in cost, I'm not sure. I've installed partitions on a couple of commercial baths that were sent to jobs without an installer. I just followed their layout. There may be a standard similar to 3" increments for cabinets. We did our restrooms at the recreation center a couple of years ago, but I did not talk with the partition contractor nor did I look up a website for details.   

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