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I want to make a schedule for the curtain wall.

LeeJaeYoung
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I am trying to make a door like this.
1. Is it possible in windows?
2. It didn't work, so I made a curtain wall.
However, I would like to have it come out on the same schedule as above.

What should I do?

AC25 5010 / AC26 4019 on window 11
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ryejuan
Advisor

can share you the basics of it.

 

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1. you create a label of the type of door or window you want then all the elements within the box is what will be exported 3d and 2d.

2. select and identify all your 3d elements. (make sure your level markers are aligned in both 2d and 3d)

3. select and identify your 2d symbols. (make sure your level markers are aligned in both 2d and 3d)

 

select the library part type then save as. Hope it helps you.

In the end what is your Objective?
ArchiCAD 9 onwards

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ryejuan
Advisor

I think the best way is to use LMP if you really want to schedule it this way.

In the end what is your Objective?
ArchiCAD 9 onwards

Are you sure you are not talking about Library Part Maker?

AC25 5010 / AC26 4019 on window 11

Yes, I am talking about the library part maker.

In the end what is your Objective?
ArchiCAD 9 onwards

LeeJaeYoung
Advisor

I'm trying to study, but I can't find a video tutorial. How should I approach it?
The documentation doesn't make sense. ^^

AC25 5010 / AC26 4019 on window 11

Solution
ryejuan
Advisor

can share you the basics of it.

 

ryejuan_0-1664187298943.png

 

1. you create a label of the type of door or window you want then all the elements within the box is what will be exported 3d and 2d.

2. select and identify all your 3d elements. (make sure your level markers are aligned in both 2d and 3d)

3. select and identify your 2d symbols. (make sure your level markers are aligned in both 2d and 3d)

 

select the library part type then save as. Hope it helps you.

In the end what is your Objective?
ArchiCAD 9 onwards

1. What is number 2 made of?
2. How do you tell the difference between the door and the door frame in No. 2?
Aww glass ^^
3. What was number 3 made of? Line, pline, filll
4. If you increase the size like door 25, does the size of the door frame not change and the width of the door is adjusted? The custom door is relatively large and has to be made every time...

AC25 5010 / AC26 4019 on window 11

1. --- You are modeling in a plan view, number 2 is made of slabs then you assign the depth of it and materials.

2. --- You model and assign materials to it, can be slab or morph (I totally find it easy to control slabs unless got complicated design then go for morph)

3. --- Number 3 is made of lines, fills all the 2d elements.

4. ---- I haven't come across where you can edit the size of the door or frame in a parametric way like GDL, basically I save a copy of "Door & Windows LMP" then every time I need to do modifications I load that pln file.

 

In the end what is your Objective?
ArchiCAD 9 onwards

I understand with your advice.
I understood it as custom window < LPM < GDL.

AC25 5010 / AC26 4019 on window 11

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