Framing an Overbuild Using a Truss Base

Training Videos / Framing an Overbuild Using a Truss Base

Current Playlist: Roof Framing

3:42

Framing Attic Walls with End Trusses

3:30

Stick Framing a Roof

46:26

Roof & Truss Framing

15:05

Automatic Framing - Exposed Rafter Tails - Sub Fascia and Sheathing

9:39

Framing with a Truss Roof System

7:13

Drawing Decorative Beam or Truss Symbols

11:21

Creating a SIP Roof Assembly

9:07

Advanced Roofs - Three Gable Overbuild

4:53

Framing an Overbuild Using a Truss Base

14:32

Framing a Cantilevered Truss Roof System

3:26

Framing with Scissor Trusses

3:01

Creating Roof Purlins

3:46

Framing a Skylight Well with Trusses

2:58

Framing and Bracing a Truss Roof System without Lookouts

2:49

Setting Truss Lookout Spacing and Viewing Selected Truss Details

2:45

Hip Trusses - Building a Step-down Hip

4:26

Hip Trusses - Building a Sub-girder Hip

2:04

Hip Trusses - Drop Hip or California Hip

6:41

Framing with Attic Trusses

8:01

Using the Ceiling Step Truss Command

29:44

Focus: Creating Trusses

11:54

Quick Tip - Timber Frame Truss

Video No. 350

A Truss Base is a closed polyline that defines the area in which valley fill roof trusses are to be built across and above the tops of normal, full size roof trusses.