Metal stud framing is the foundation that lays out where partitions within a structure will sit. These partitions define cubicles, open spaces, rooms, and where fixtures like doors or windows will be positioned.
Building wall frame solutions comprises of metal studs to form the initial skeleton of a wall. There are two types of studs, known as U studs and C studs, given for their unique shapes. U studs sit on the floor and ceiling of a project and are designed to hold the C studs in its place. A “C” stud will sit at the end of each U stud, as well as at predetermined intervals along the path to provide the support by keeping it straight and avoiding warping when implementing drywalls.
After the roof and floor U studs have been measured and installed, the outermost C stud is measured and fitted into the floor. Those outermost studs will be connected to the exterior walls of the structure, holding the rest of the wall in place. The roof stud is then fitted to the initial C stud and drilled into place. After the framing studs have been installed and secured, it is then filled with studs, placed at alternating points, which are the bracing for the exterior of the wall.
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