Lynkage

Members
  • Content Count

    5
  • Joined

  • Last visited

Community Reputation

0 Neutral

About Lynkage

  • Rank
    Member

Profile Information

  • Gender
    Male
  • Location
    Colorado/Utah

Recent Profile Visitors

The recent visitors block is disabled and is not being shown to other users.

  1. Thanks for your reply DJP. I do understand what you are saying, I am however really impressed with the tools provided by Chief (videos, type etc.) that can help teach me to use the software. So many software options are either very incomplete in this area or require so many plugins to get what I am after, it becomes difficult to search for the proper methods to accomplish the end result. I am trying to find a piece of software that I can stick with and get more proficient with over time. HDP looks like it has most everything I could want. I am about 2 weeks into the t
  2. That's pretty slick John! To pull the floor out over the doors is the part that I am curious about doing, however thanks for pointing out the soffit and/or box method for the details on the beams! That was extremely helpful!
  3. I'm sorry but I only have a quick side view. I am building a room over an attached garage. The Garage is not built yet but the foundation/monolithic is already poured and I would like another 4' of space in the room above so the construction will need to extend out over one wall with glue-lams and posts at the end of the beams. I would probably just use steel connectors and bolts for the support. The Garage is 32 wide and 30 deep and I want the room to overhang going front to back so I will achieve a 34' deep room above the 30' deep garage. The house is really a 1.5 sto
  4. Hello all, I am new and researching HDP to see if I can draw my design with the software. So far I am really impressed with it. While I do not totally understand all items and processes to achive what I want, the videos and training are very good and I feel that most of my questions can be answered buy just watching and reading. I have not however been able to find an answer as to how to make a second floor overhang a first floor with post and beam construction. Is this possible? Other methods? Thanks in advance for any assistance.