Given a 2D wall section, I created a full, 60' long model in rhino to represent the 2D section in 3D. Complete with assembled and exploded versions as well as construction details, this project proved to be quite a learning experience. I learned a great deal about steel framing as a construction technique as well as about representation and presentation of assemblies, as readable instruction diagrams.
The section given to us to base our 3D model off of.
An exploded axon describing the assembly of the individual parts.
An axonometric view of the assembled section with construction details helping to fully describe the construction.