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    C-H Studs in Wall Family

    Silly question - how should a wall family be made with a CH Stud that has drywall inside the H portion of the stud (UL# U415 or sim)? Would the structural portion of the wall just be 5/8" shorter than it really is?

    If made this way wouldn't it throw off schedules or am I overthinking again? Not that we schedule to that level of detail but intellectual curiosity got the better of me.

    The only other way I could see to do this would be the multi-wall approach. Since it is a shaft wall that probably wouldn't cause too many issues since most projects don't have that many shaft walls.
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    chad
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    I'd just make the stud layer of the wall the thickness of the C part of the stud (wall 2 in your file). If you're scheduling studs you're probably just doing it off of linear feet of wall so it shouldn't matter if the structural layer is thinner. Liner panels are usually 1" though, not 5/8"

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      The liner panel in the "H" is 1", the GWB on the face of the "C" is 5/8" up to as many sheets as needed.

      oh - I see what you mean. Typo on my part in the original post.

      Wall 2 it is. Thanks :beer:
      Last edited by cellophane; January 12, 2012, 09:13 PM.
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