framing a wall at 45 degrees.

lexarFebruary 12, 2007

I am framing my basement and want to have a wall at 45 degrees.

Does anyone know the proper way to do this? pictures would be great :)

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beer_geek

You frame it like any other wall except you'll cut the top and sole plates at a 45.

    Bookmark   February 22, 2007 at 11:33AM
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