Create a floor, ceiling or roof beam using the Build Framing Floor/Ceiling Beam or Roof Beam menu and manually drawing the structural member.
The easiest way to create decorative beams is using Polyline Solids. You can convert these into symbols and save them in the library for future use.
Create a custom wall type, manually adjust the roof and add manually places structural members to create this solarium/sun room.
To create steel wall framing, you need to either use one of the Steel wall types or create a custom wall type that uses a steel wall framing material.
Delete framing individually or by framing category from a room, a floor, or from all floors using the Delete objects tool in the Edit menu.
Display only roof framing in 3d views by managing layers in the layer Display Options dialog and layersets in the Layerset Management dialog.
Learn how to set up Framing Defaults, using automatic framing, using manual framing and changing framing defaults in existing plans.
A pole structure does not fall into the category of conventional framing, so when building a pole barn, we need to use the framing and CAD tools creatively.
Wall framing can be edited in 2D or 3D views. Once selected, a wall stud can be edited using its edit handles, edit toolbar buttons or the Framing Specification.
A dropped ceiling is a secondary ceiling, hung below the structural ceiling. May also be referred to as a drop ceiling, false ceiling, or suspended ceiling.