The Detail Template Kit
A collection of 110+ roof, wall, and floor CAD based architectural details in a variety of masonry, steel, concrete, and timber frame construction types.
Architectural details can appear unnecessarily complicated.
We know how difficult detail drawing can be, which is why we’ve created a library of drag-&-drop roof, wall, and floor build-up’s to provide you with a solid foundation and starting point.
Remove their mystery and convoluted nature.
Construction details can be extremely overwhelming – here you can learn from, and use a standard library of parts to correctly create and formulate construction drawings that work.
Know where to start.
Copy and paste from each of the template’s categories and parts to create any construction method and approach.
Select your construction method.
Save time trying to find that perfect detail, and simply build your own through this kit of parts.
Use tried and tested construction methods.
Have confidence in knowing that you are starting your drawings with details that already work.
Create your own bespoke details.
On the off chance that you cant find the detail you want – build your own with our library of components and hatches.
Drawing Component Template
60+ fully annotated external and internal masonry, timber, steel, and concrete wall constructions, in a variety of cladding options.
20+ fully annotated pitched and flat roof types in steel, timber, and concrete constructions, with a range of tiled, clad, and green-roof finishes.
30+ fully annotated external and internal concrete, steel, and timber floor build-ups.
Use this library of scaled construction components and hatches to create your own bespoke details.
This kit is suitable for anyone looking to improve their knowledge in construction detailing, and who wants an efficient and reliable starting point through using tried and tested methods of construction.
What units are these drawn in?
These are drawn as standard in Metric units, however can be easily re-dimensioned to imperial units (instructions supplied).
What version of AutoCAD do I need?
2010 and newer.
Do these work with AutoCAD LT?
Yes there is an LT version supplied
Will this work in Revit?
The template can be imported into Revit as a DWG file.
What do I need to open these files?
Autodesk AutoCAD or any CAD based software that is capable of importing a DWG file. So this kit is even compatible with SketchUp!
What happens if I lose my copy after I’ve purchased it?
Your copy will be forever be accessible and downloadable via your teachable account. And if you forget that …we’ll send you another one!