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Posted By: an02ewOne of the great advantages of EPS is its ability to be shaped and planted on to create the look that you require
Posted By: fostertomBrighton for instance is all beautifully done fake plasterwork applied to dumb masonry (called 'bungaroosh' - a terrible mixture of chalk lumps, bits of rubble and wood!).
Posted By: seascapeSorry to go back a few posts - Borpin:Both Kingspan K12 and NBT Pavaclad systems for timber frame (which have exterior wall insulation up against the frame, no cavity, have BBA certificates.
Posted By: fostertomYou're v adept with the SU, Mike. i couldn't get on with it.
Posted By: TimberPosted By: seascapeSorry to go back a few posts - Borpin:Both Kingspan K12 and NBT Pavaclad systems for timber frame (which have exterior wall insulation up against the frame, no cavity, have BBA certificates.Sorry to keep going over the same points, but we are again talking at cross puproses. Both of those BBA certificates (and products) have a cavity between the insulation and the cladding.
Posted By: MikeRumneySketchup is improving all the time
Posted By: MikeRumneyIs there a niche for offering relatively low cost modelling to "smaller" clients, or the Architects working on their project?
Posted By: fostertomPosted By: MikeRumneySketchup is improving all the timeInteresting - I abandoned SU somewhere between V6 and v7 because it was just adding more bells and whistles without fundamental improvement. The unreliability of coincident lines merging properly, its fussiness about coincidence, exacerbated by reluctant/inaccurate snapping, the impossibility of tracing faults, and above all the lack of extend/trim and other aids to dimensional input/accuracy.Posted By: MikeRumneyIs there a niche for offering relatively low cost modelling to "smaller" clients, or the Architects working on their project?I did have some guys build me a model in SU but couldn't make much use of it. Once the model's built (I couldn't) it's OK as is - for visualisation as you use it, and presentation. But for wider use as basis working drawings, or thermal modelling, SU models don't import well - or at all really - into e.g. Autocad, despite SU's .dwg compatibility claims.
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