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    Score lines in stucco or eifs

    I am looking more in the lines of eifs, but how would you show a score line?

    Thank you,

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    How about just a CAD line.

    Are you talking about construction joints to minimize cracking?
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    I am looking for "v" joints for looks - remember I am working for architects

    They are using the "score" lines to break up the mono blank wall with eifs. "Adds interest and matches the windows" (the one I was working on yesterday that you so kindly helped me out on). I am not sure how much would show in a rendering though.
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    You will find answers to your question by doing a search for "lines in stucco"

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    Angela:

    Here is a prior thread with excellent information:

    http://www.chieftalk.com/showthread....control+joints

    In that stucco and EIFS are quite different, I would try to contact one of the more common EIFS product manufacturers you see being installed in your area ... Dryvit is a common one in my area. Check out their spec's and installation requirements and call their tech rep for advice.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Helavagal View Post
    I am looking more in the lines of eifs, but how would you show a score line?

    Thank you,

    Angela
    I think I would use a molding. I have used this method for showing expansion joints in concrete patios and it seems to work fairly well.
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    can i recess the molding to look like a part of the eifs has been cut out?
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    No, not easily, but you can use a 1"X1" molding and recess it into the wall 3/4" so that 1/4" sticks out and from a distance you really do not pick up on that.
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    Angela:

    Here's a Dryvit detail for an EIFS horizontal expansion joint to give you an idea how it might be done during actual installation:

    http://www.dryvit.com/fileshare/doc/...l/ds170_18.pdf

    They have lots of other details for all their products on their website:

    http://www.dryvit.com/elit.asp?country_id=1
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    Angela,

    I may have an idea but need to know more:

    Are the V shape recessed areas horizontal, vertical or both?

    If horizontal, do they cut through wall openings or are they continuous above the openings?
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    beveled divisions

    you could use a different wall type and make the/stucco/eifs out of a polyline solid. I will post an example

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    bevel

    not to scale, just an example
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    OOOOOOOOOOOHHHH BOY, that looks good but, now how do you deal with the eifs in the horizontal direction.
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    horizontal direction

    will post someting in a minute

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    Oops

    My wife just arrived, will post in a couple of hours, sorry

 

 

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