There is a problem with exporting DWG drawings from Worksheets. The
screenshot below is from AutoCAD and shows how draw order of lines and
fills / hatches got messed up upon export. Originally, the column is
displayed on top of the window, but that o...
Hello,I need my railing's first and last post to be placed roughly at
the beginning and the end of railing's base line, accordingly. In other
words, I want them to be spread evenly at the whole length of base line,
at least in this simple case when t...
Hello,For months I have been struggling with this specific problem:When
importing E57 point clouds a into new, empty model, everything works
fine. But as I keep working on a model (add 2D and 3D elements, views,
change different settings etc.) and tr...
I am trying to change height of a zone in 3D by grabbing a top node/
vertex and choosing Stretch Height tool from pet palette. I can see the
zone outline being stretched as I move my cursor, but when I click to
confirm change, the change doesn't actu...
In 3D projection settings we can set view angle (cone) to the maximum of
120 degrees. This may seem like a lot, but honestly, for inspecting
interiors it's not too much. I'd like to set it to 150 degs. Can we
maybe change this value in registry or in...
Yes, k_bauschert, but Aazmatazz seems to want to work on mesh already,
and not on point cloud. I think this thread needs more clarification. It
definitely would benefit from screenshot provided by the Author, because
I think we're losing the topic no...
Ya, pretty much every program somehow has much worse performance on
imported data than on the data created natively. Have you tried that
mesh approximation in Blender? Do you have textures on that mesh? What
if you remove textures beforehand? I don't...
If using an approximation of the mesh is acceptable to you, there are
numerous ways to simplify it. For example, you can use Blender, add a
decimate collapse modifier to the object, set like 10% original mesh
density, and export an STL, OBJ, FBX or w...
No, Steve, no. It's exactly opposite to what you described. Both what I
want and what Archicad behaves like. Take a standard window and place it
in a curved wall. You won't get rectangular window opening, as you said.
It will look like a bent beam - ...