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New Stud work - Angled Internal Wall

Discussion in 'Wood / Woodwork / Carpentry' started by BigClick, 9 Aug 2019.

  1. BigClick

    BigClick

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    I am creating a new space with CLS stud.

    I want to create an angle between two walls. I can cut the sole plate and the top plate so they but up to each other but I am not sure how I get the vertical studs to join or if I even need to join them.

    Could I just project the plaster board past the vertical studs and put a bead down the angle join?
     
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  3. JobAndKnock

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    Whilst accurately cut angled ends are desirable, they aren't strictly necessary. Your studs still need to be plumb and should be tied-in (screwed or nailed) to both header and sole plate if only to allow you to fix the plsterboad to them. To find plumb you could always use a nut and a bit of string/thread.
     
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