Okay, I give up. I was trying to create the attached stair, this should
be an easy task, right? Well, apparently not.Life is too short to keep
wrestling the stair tool – so before I just model this using basic
elements, any ideas? Regards,david
Is there a way to easily mirror multiple doors (or windows) in place,
around the centerpoint of each individual opening? The mirror command
always seems to require an axis, and so you have to do this operation
one door at a time. The closest I can ge...
Hi, I have a problem with certain T-intersections where one wall (for
instance an internal load-bearing concrete wall) extends halfway into
the core of an exterior wall (8" timber framing with 200 mm insulation).
Working with building materials I can...
You are right, I tested it again and it seems like AC only merges the
whole edge if the angle between straight segments are below a certain
threshold – it seems like sharper corners will result in split edges
when converting the mesh to a morph. FWIW...
Maybe, but not necessarily. Still struggling to see exactly what you are
trying to do, so some sample data of what you're working with as input
would be helpful. You can in fact select and elevate a whole contour
line on a morph - try making a simple...
True, only option A can be done using a mesh. I agree this is not ideal,
and would also like a more advanced mesh tool, but I think you may be
trying to make a simple tool (terrain mesh) do something it's not meant
for. It would be easier to suggest ...
The mesh tool has the same limitations as topographical maps – they
don't handle overlapping contours well. This unfortunately means that
you can't create true verticals or overhangs using a mesh alone. While
this is not ideal, overhanging or 100% ve...
First of all, always model your project close to the Archicad origin.
Drawing your project in real world coordinates may introduce a number of
problems (rounding errors, inaccuracy, visual artifacts) relating to how
computers work with large numbers,...