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I would like to apply hatching on an element basis.

LeeJaeYoung
Virtuoso

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 Since it is based on the entire hatch, the wall is tilted and the hatch looks strange. I would like to apply hatching on an element basis.

AC27 on window 11
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Barry Kelly
Moderator

In the building material settings, you can set the fill to 'Element Origin'

 

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Barry Kelly
Moderator

In the building material settings, you can set the fill to 'Element Origin'

 

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Barry.

One of the forum moderators.
Versions 6.5 to 27
i7-10700 @ 2.9Ghz, 32GB ram, GeForce RTX 2060 (6GB), Windows 10
Lenovo Thinkpad - i7-1270P 2.20 GHz, 32GB RAM, Nvidia T550, Windows 11

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 omg....
It's not inside the wall. ^^
When you create a new material style, it doesn't combine with each other.
It seems like ArchiCAD got it wrong.
It may seem far-fetched, but there are cases where things like this happen. ㅠㅠ

 

thank you ^^

AC27 on window 11
cuba
Advocate

1/ Archicad will only combine fills with the same building material (a new material style = another building material)

2/You're making a very unlikely combination of walls.  I would suggest using a patch to solve the 2d views.

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AC27

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Seems OK to me. 

 

 

 

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You are not wrong that there are some problems with the way ArchiCAD merges building materials, and other things too.

 

For example, using the fillet tool to make a rounded corner. 

These are the exact same wall types.  But the lines look wider in the curved part and the fills do not align very well. 

And I really don't like the segmentation for any Elements in ArchiCAD.   This is never going to get any better until they change over to Nurbs.  

I don't care if it doesn't make any difference to the people using the Plans - I don't like to see it while I modeling!  The segmentation for curved walls (for example) looks terrible in my preferred rendering program.    

 

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ArchiCAD 25 7000 USA - Windows 10 Pro 64x - Dell 7720 64 GB 2400MHz ECC - Xeon E3 1535M v6 4.20GHz - (2) 1TB M.2 PCIe Class 50 SSD's - 17.3" UHD IPS (3840x2160) - Nvidia Quadro P5000 16GB GDDR5 - Maxwell Studio/Render 5.2.1.49- Multilight 2 - Adobe Acrobat Pro - ArchiCAD 6 -25

I also agree with your opinion. ^^
ARCHICAD seems to have a problem with the curved part.

AC27 on window 11