OEM/ODM Supplier for Stainless steel pipe Wholesale to Dubai

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    Bob Schmidt shows you how and why to lay-out a wall during construction to a standard 16 inch on center lay-out. When laying out a top and bottom plate for a typical wall a framing square is usually the most appropriate tool. To begin, flush up top & bottom plate ends, hook tape on flush ends. The first measurement is 15 1/4 inches to side of first stud placement. Each corresponding measurement should be 3/4 of an inch shy of stud marks on typical tape measure. This will give you studs that are on 16 inch center layouts. Sixteen inch center layouts are important for several reasons: many building materials are designed to fit in a 16 inch layout, ie. insulation, medicine cabinets some tile backing inserts & ironing board inserts; when installing cabinets or trim ie. crown, baseboard, these materials need to be attached to framing. If you stay true to 16 inch centers, all you really need to do in a wall is find the first stud and the rest of the studs in the wall are always multiples of 16 inches away. Another consideration when framing a wall is to match the existing structure as far as floor joist layouts, so as to allow space to run heat ducts, plumbing pipes, wiring to electrical panels, without having wall studs in the way and saving you time and money.Hi I’m Bob Schmidt with HomeRemodelWorksho
    I’ve made videos on how to lay out on
    how to build your wall square inside
    a space how to build plumb walls how to put
    your framing members in so your wall is
    nice and flat
    but has been brought to my attention
    that I’ve never actually showed you how to
    do a typical sixteen inch layout
    on a stud wall
    Let’s get to work
    A couple of basic tools that you’re
    going to need to do a typical plate
    is a couple of straight plates of course
    one representing a top plate of the wall
    one representing the bottom plate
    but the other tools that are going to be
    required is either a framing square or
    this is called a speed square
    either one will work for doing what we’re
    going to do
    When doing a typical layout for a wall
    as to where you’re going to put your
    first thing you do is lay your two plates
    next to each other your top and bottom
    plates so they are nice and flush hear on the end
    just about every standard layout tape
    that i’ve ever seen
    has these red marks at the typical
    wall stud layout a typical mistake
    someone makes is they say
    well I’ll go ahead and I’ll mark the sixteen
    and then I’ll put my stud one side
    or the other
    and we’re going to be good
    these marks are for centers
    so basically what you have to do is
    since the width of a typical wall
    stud is an inch and a half
    which is three-quarters and three
    as your tapes hooked on the end of the
    go ahead and make your first mark at
    three-quarters back
    from every red stud mark
    so that would be fifteen and a quarter
    put an X over top of where the
    red is
    then come down to thirty one and a
    put your X over top where the red is
    forty seven and a quarter
    and so forth and so on Every wall has
    to start with a stud you automatically
    just put an X on the end of your wall
    you’re beginning of your wall
    then you go ahead and take your framing square there’s a thin side to your
    framing square
    there’s a fat side to your framing square
    the thin side to your framing square is
    exactly the same as an inch and a half
    typical stud
    so what you do is you take your framing
    square line it up on your first mark
    over top of both plates
    and you put a mark
    on both sides of the framing square
    you put an X
    in between both of them
    and you know when these plates go into
    place or when you’re building your wall
    that wall framing stud needs to sit
    right between these marks a very good
    question to ask would be is
    why do I have to concern myself with
    laying these out sixteen inch on
    why not just throw enough in there that
    it looks good
    well there’s several reasons the
    basic most important
    reason is
    most building material comes in two foot
    drywall comes in four foot widths
    eight-foot widths or eight foot lengts
    twelve-foot lengths
    if you start a sheet of drywall in this very
    beginning when you get down to the other
    side that sheet of drywall should break
    right in the center of the stud having you
    ready for the next sheet to come off but you
    also have to concern yourself with what
    goes in the wall
    insulation for one example
    is designed
    to have exactly the right size to fit
    inbetween a sixteen inch on center
    not only is insulation a concern
    but also medicine cabinets are designed
    to fit in a typical sixteen inch layout
    as are ironing board fold downs as
    pre premade forms for tile backers in showers
    so that basically a a single piece can
    slip into this space
    and give you a more of a watertight
    in time saving in putting some of your
    stuff together another huge advantage
    about sticking with the sixteen inch
    lay out

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