Creating a belly band, sometimes referred to as a mid-section trim, is easy using the Make Room Molding Polyline edit tool or the various Trim tools.
Custom molding profiles can be drawn in either floor plan view or in a CAD detail window and added to the Library Browser. Existing molding profiles can also be modified further by placing them and editing their shape.
A mantel can be created in Chief Architect using millwork objects found in the Library Browser. Moldings can then be added to the top of the mantel, if desired.
Corners boards and quoins can be added both manually and automatically to your designs using the dedicated Trim tools. However, before doing so, it's a good idea to set the defaults associated with these tools.
Create objects using a variety of tools such as soffits, slabs, 3D/polyline solids, molding polylines and 3D molding polylines.
A soldier course is a set of vertical bricks lined up in a row with the narrow edge facing outward. These can be modeled in Chief Architect using a Symbol Molding.
A custom dentil molding can easily be created in Chief Architect using 3D Solids or 3D Boxes, then converting them to a molding symbol using the Convert to Symbol tool.
Create a new molding profile for casing and add it to the library.
Moldings can be removed from one or both sides of a wall using the Wall Specification dialog. If you'd like control which types of moldings are removed from a single wall, consider creating a room molding polyline.
Custom columns can easily be made by creating a molding profile and extruding the profile along a closed shape.
Molding polylines can be used to create HVAC ductwork in your plans for 3D display purposes.
A molding polyline is a 3D path that either a 2D molding profile is extruded along or a series of molding symbols is repeated along. Molding polylines can be used to create custom room moldings and decorations anywhere in your 3D model.
Wall caps can be applied to a variety of different walls in Chief Architect.