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I want to do this Extrude Path, but what should I study?

LeeJaeYoung
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I want to do this Extrude Path, but what should I study?
In Archicad, only those perpendicular to the plane seem to be extrude...

AC25 5010 on window 11
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@LeeJaeYoung, you can see the the attached video for your reference. Hope it helps.

In the end what is your Objective?
ArchiCAD 9 onwards

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ryejuan
Expert

You can use Morph, create the plane then in your pet palette use tube to follow the path.

In the end what is your Objective?
ArchiCAD 9 onwards

This might help explain morph surface tubing a little more...

 

https://help.graphisoft.com/AC/25/INT/index.htm?rhcsh=1&rhnewwnd=0&rhmapid=#t=_AC25_Help%2F040_Eleme...

 

Barry.


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The extrude path I'm talking about is not perpendicular to the face.
It will be easier to understand if you look at the answer above.
Is it possible?

AC25 5010 on window 11

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I'm talking about the extrude at the bottom of the plane.

(on the top left)

 

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I can do an extrude path perpendicular to the plane.

AC25 5010 on window 11

Sorry, I don't understand what it is you want to extrude.

 

You can either create a morph surface and extrude (tube) that with the pet pallet option.

Or you can create a complex profile that you can use with the wall, beam or column tools.

 

Either way the profile you create will be a cross section at right angles (perpendicular) to the path you extrude.

 

Barry.


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Solution

@LeeJaeYoung, you can see the the attached video for your reference. Hope it helps.

In the end what is your Objective?
ArchiCAD 9 onwards

thank you so much.
Archicad seems too difficult to learn. ^^
I couldn't find this method in a video tutorial.
Thank you again.

AC25 5010 on window 11

The Archicad YouTube channel has many videos.

Just try searching there for what you want ....

 

https://www.youtube.com/user/Archicad/search?query=morph

 

In amongst all of the morph videos, you will see one about 'tubing' with a morph.

 

Barry.

 


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Thank you for your interest.
I am a beginner so please help.
Thank you again.

AC25 5010 on window 11

You just need to be patient and for sure you will find it easy to learn and you have the Graphisoft Community to help you out. 😎

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