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Assignment 8 - Matt Rowe Assignment 8 1 Exterior walls for...

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Matt Rowe Assignment 8 9/25/08 1. Exterior walls for a wood-frame residence are usually drawn how thick? Exterior wood-frame walls are generally drawn 6” thick at a ¼” = 1’-0” scale for hand drafting and 5” for CADD. 2. Interior walls are commonly drawn how thick? Interior walls are frequently drawn 4” thick. 3. How does the floor plan symbol for an interior door differ from the symbol for an exterior door? 4. What are recommended spaces for the following? a. Wardrobe closet depth b. Water closet compartment – 30” c. Stair width – 36” d. Fireplace hearth depth 5. Describe an advantage of using schedules for windows and doors. Schedules help keep drawings clear of unnecessary notes because the details of an item are off the drawing or on another sheet. 6. Sketch the following floor plan symbols. a. Pocket door b. Bifold closet door c. Casement window d. Sliding window e. Skylight f. Ceiling beam
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g. Single-run stairs, up h. Hose bibb 7. Letter the note that would properly identify a wall 48” high.
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