Using Bearing Walls, Beams and Lines

Training Videos / Using Bearing Walls, Beams and Lines

Current Playlist: Features Introduced in Version X6

9:07

What's New in X6 Summary

2:52

Door and Window Framing Controls

58:31

What's New in X6

4:35

3D Moldings

4:23

Preference Settings

5:43

Edit Tools

5:48

Material Region Tools

19:50

Printing the Layout

2:13

Using the Material Painter on Pony Walls

21:01

Additional Window Features

9:19

Railing Walls

5:00

Library Catalogs and Content

12:44

Additional Door Features

8:38

Exporting ResCheck Data

4:36

Displaying Pony Walls in Layout

2:03

Cropping Images and PDF boxes

2:04

Reference Display Drawing Order

12:26

Camera and Ray Trace Features

7:03

Plan View Panel in Layout

3:48

Object Specification Dialog Boxes

9:59

Room Divider Wall Type

5:31

Applying Custom Backsplashes to Cabinets and Showers

4:09

Active Defaults

14:27

Toolbars and Tool Buttons

7:39

Working with Multiple Windows and Tabbed Views

5:46

Using Side Windows

5:27

Using Multiple Main Layers & Controlling Wall Intersections

3:25

Adding Walls to the Library

2:53

Using Bearing Walls on the Foundation Level

1:49

Identifying Unconnected Wall Ends

11:13

Additional Schedule Features

2:27

Dimension Features

16:54

Layout Features

3:36

Using the Build Framing for Selected Objects Edit Tool

5:10

Using Bearing Walls, Beams and Lines

8:50

Creating Floor Platforms that Hang inside Walls

4:40

Using a Generated Sky as a Backdrop

Video No. 5203

You can designate walls and beams as bearing to cut the joists that pass over them, and you can use bearing walls to automatically generate supporting foundation walls below them.

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