sloped ceiling with coffures and soffits

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Teddy R Allen
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sloped ceiling with coffures and soffits

Postby Teddy R Allen » Mon, Nov 09 2015, 7:04AM

Hello E-cab experts...been a long time since I've been on here.
My question is....can I create a sloped ceiling with trays, coffures and beams in Ecabs and what tools in the software used to create the ceiling coffures. Thanks for any help with this.
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Re: sloped ceiling with coffures and soffits

Postby Kerry Fullington » Mon, Nov 09 2015, 8:03AM

This coffered ceiling is just a single cabinet made from a material 4" Beams. You can put a back in if you want a wood look above the beams but it makes lighting the room harder.

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This is an old design of mine using this technique.

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Re: sloped ceiling with coffures and soffits

Postby George Davidson » Mon, Nov 09 2015, 10:02AM

HI Kerry very "NICE"

The good old DAYS I started out with a 1966 supper van was 10 years old I wanted to get all the bugs out of it.
Here is what my sons have today!!!!
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Re: sloped ceiling with coffures and soffits

Postby Teddy R Allen » Tue, Nov 10 2015, 6:43AM

Hi Kerry, thanks for the reply...This ceiling is in a church...48x88 with the slopes on the long side. there is a section on both sides of the peak about 20ft by 48 with some recessed trays up in the ceiling. It is all drywall and the walls of these trays are vertical or plumb. Can I build an assembly this large in the software?


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