steel stud questions
I would also use wood in this application. Metal is more for commercial work. That said, here's how it's framed with metal. In your case, hang the drywall on the wood walls. Place a metal stud against the drywall and screw it to the drywall using regular 1 1/4" screws. Angle the screws through the inside rounded edge of the stud every 12" or so. Don't run the screws quite all the way in. They'll hold fine. No need to build a corner. Use wood jacks for your doors and windows and screw them to the metal. Most trim guns will shoot through light gauge metal or you can use trim screws (a pain). Even if you just "pin" the baseboard through the drywall (angle your nails to hold better); the caulk will hold it. Unless your stud are 16 gauge or heavier, they are not load bearing.
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