What is the easiest way to stretch claddings of composite walls to, e.g., cover edges of slabs, or roof spaces, etc.. One can use a separate thin wall as cladding, or one can extend the whole composite wall to the underside of the floor and than trim it using solid element operations, or one can use stronger rated materials for floors so that it cuts automatically, etc.but these methods are not always flexible enough. It would be much easier if one could simply select the cladding in elevations or sections and pull it down, or up, to where it is required. Is this possible?
Cornelis (Kees) Wegman
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