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Location: 07 Thermal & Moisture A 2D symbol for foundation perimeter drains and underslab drains in wall sections. In Perimeter mode, it draws the drain tile (pipe), gravel, cant strip, membrane, drainage board, and backfilled earth. In Slab mode, it draws the drain tile and gravel. Dimensions (Perimeter version): Height parameter: From the top of the footing to the
Location: 03 Concrete A 2D symbol to lay over a footing rectangle, in wall sections, for example. It can draw the rebars, the notch for the foundation wall, and the lines at the edge of an adjacent slab. It can draw the outline of the footing, as well as the fill, but for most cases it shouldn't be needed. I
The foundation plan shows the foundation walls, footings, slabs, and related annotations. Everything that touches the ground. It can be combined with the first floor framing, but an independent foundation plan can give more information with less clutter. The layers, layer combination, and views required are included in the templates. • What Shows. • All plan walls, A Wall
Location: 03 Concrete The main parameters are the height, width, and thickness. By default, the overlap matches the thickness, and the tread is double the thickness. To change either value, set the parameters to other than zero. The length of the object cannot be controlled. The idea is to let the object tell how much length is needed to step