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Old 11-16-2011, 03:07 PM   #1
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framing an angled wall


I am not sure how to frame for a 45 degree angled wall. The frame will float on treated lumber, that is attached to the concrete floor and the frame is attached to the rafters. I can angle the top & bottom, just not sure how to get the vertical corners angled so we can attach to the drywall.

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attach to the drywall.
Attach the new wall to existing drywall? Or are you talking about hanging drywall on the new wall?

I did this without much forethought and remedied any problems after the wall was up. That basically meant the I nailed in some 1x4 and 2x4 material wherever required to fasten the drywall.

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im guessing this a neo angle wall. post a picture or sketch of what it is exactly your trying to do
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