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Creating Black and White Axonometric

Anonymous
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I've been reading through Archicad 12's reference manual but am having some difficulty setting up an axonometric as a black and white line drawing. I've set all my pen and fill weights accordingly but would like to generate an axo showing all of the rooms within the house so that the building can be understood properly.

I'm far from an advanced user but think this shouldn't be too difficult to achieve?

Many thanks.
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Thomas Holm
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1) View>3D View mode > 3D Projection settings... Select an axonometry mode in the Parallell projection settings dialog

2) View> 3D View mode > Internal 3D Engine

3) View> 3D View mode > Hidden Line
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Anonymous
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Thankyou very much Thomas.

Is it possible to do exploded 3D axo's in Archicad or is this more of an advanced prospect that I should look into further down the line?

Sorry for so many questions!

Erika Epstein
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Explode in what way?
Vertically so there is space between each floor?
Erika
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Anonymous
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Check out this article on aecbytes.com It explains how to do accomplish an exploded view.

http://www.aecbytes.com/tipsandtricks/2009/issue40-archicad.html

Thomas Holm
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Michael wrote:
Check out this article on aecbytes.com It explains how to do accomplish an exploded view.
http://www.aecbytes.com/tipsandtricks/2009/issue40-archicad.html
Excellent tip, Michael! Thanks!
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Anonymous
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Thankyou to everybody who's contributed. It's great to be able to access such a pool of knowledgeable people.

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