# Your question: At what height is a floor plan cut?

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The plan is typically cut at a height of about 4 feet, but the architect drawing the plan may cut it at a different height. This means that you have an imaginary plane cutting through the building at an elevation of 4 feet above the floor.

## What is the standard height of cutting plane line from finish floor line?

The cutting plane is generally taken 5 feet 0 inches above the floor being shown. The way a floor plan is developed from elevation, to cutting plane, to floor plan is depicted in Figure 7-33.

## At what height will you not be able to see items on a floor plan?

If an item does not show up on your 3D Floor Plan, you might have placed an item above the Standard Wall cut height. RoomSketcher standard wall cut height is 1900 mm. This means that items that are ABOVE this height will not show up on the 3D Floor Plan.

## What are the 6 types of construction drawings?

What Are the Six Types of Construction Drawings?

• Plans.
• Interior and exterior elevations.
• Building and wall sections.
• Interior and exterior details.
• Schedules and room finishes.
• Framing and utility plans.

## Can I draw my own house plans?

It doesn’t take much in the way of resources to draw up your own house plans just access to the Internet, a computer and a free architectural software program. If you prefer the old-school method, you’ll need a drafting table, drafting tools and large sheets of 24-by-36-inch paper to draft the plans by hand.

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## How do you scale down a room?

Measure the length of your room in feet. Transfer that measurement to your graph paper by making a like with your pencil. If your room is 14 ½ feet long, then draw a line that is 14 ½ boxes long on your graph paper. Likewise, you will measure the width of the room, and transfer those measurements onto graph paper.

## What does a 1/100 scale mean?

Ratio scales

If the scale of the plan is 1 : 100, this means the real measurements are 100 times longer than they are on the plan. So 1 cm on the plan represents a real length of 100 cm (1 metre)

## How thick are walls on a floor plan?

Wall thickness varies depending on the construction method of the walls. The internal walls are usually about 4 to 12 inches thick and the external walls about 6 to12 inches.