If you want to hide doors or windows in your 3D model bacause you may want to save the 3D model as an STL file for 3D printing or render a simple model, you can just turn their display off.
Go to View>Elements in 3D View> Filter and cut Elements in 3D> Elements to Show in 3D
Then uncheck the boxes
Generally for a single story house you need to create 3 Storys; 0.Sea Level/ Datum, 1.Ground Floor & 2.Roof. 0.Sea Level/ Datum is where you construct your 3D mesh and draw your site info. 1.Ground Floor is where you Model your ground floor; walls, slab, windows/ doors, furniture etc. This is also where you ‘Draw’
In Find and Select is Criteria Sets. Sets allow commonly used Criteria to be used and imported and exported like Favorites. A great time saving feature.
You can turn the Wall Reference Lines on and off by going to View>On-Screen View Options and clicking Wall & Beam Reference Lines.
Move a selected 3D elements vertically along the Z axis? MAC: Command + 9 WIN: Control + 9 Type the value by which you wish to raise or lower all selected elements. To allow the element’s Home Story to be automatically reset to reflect its new elevation, check Set Home Story by Elevation.
This is an alternative way to work with the Schedule Notes. 5.1 Go to Cadimage>Doors and Windows>Edit Notes Sets 5.2 Add a note Set 5.3 Click Add notes to the Set 5.4 Select the Door or Window, notice that you can either select the door in plan or in the Cadimage Schedule 5.5 Go to
Whether if you have added Notes to Doors or Windows in Plan or have assigned Note Sets, you can also work directly in the Schedule to add Notes instead. 4.1 Update or Create a Schedule (Cadimage>Doors and windows>Edit Schedule Settings). Remember to turn On the Notes in the schedule. 4.2. Select the Item (door or
After creating the Categories and Notes, you can apply notes to the Door or Windows in Plan view. 3.1 Select the door or window you want to edit in plan or 3D view 3.2 Go to Cadimage>Doors and Windows> Schedule Notes Palette 3.3 Click the Live box 3.4 Click the Add button 3.5 Select the
Once you have added the Categories to your project, start adding notes and assigning them with the right Category 2.1 In the Edit Schedule Notes Palette click the New note button 2.2 Type the Note 2.3 Assign the Category 2.4 Repeat the same process to create new notes.
The Shortcut Key for Undo is Ctrl+Z (PC) or Command+Z (Mac), for Redo it is Ctrl+Shift+Z (PC) or Command+Alt+Z (Mac). Of course you can use the Buttons in the Toolbar.