In ArchiCAD 18 the Zone Width can be determined by a custom dimension. (more…)
When logged on to myCadimage.com don’t forget to have a look at the ArchiCAD Resources page (NZ ARCHICADselect customers only) it contains country specific Objects, Templates, Documents and some additional Libraries.
The new Revisions functionality in ArchiCAD speaks for itself! It should save hours managing your documents for you automatically and reduce the possibility of human error down to near zero.
In a previous post I described how you could use the W key to go back to the last Tool from the Arrow (click here for the link). Well, what happens if you are on the Door Tool and want to go to the Wall Tool or Window Tool, or let’s face it, any other Tool?
If you need to create a beam element in ArchiCAD and include holes along the beam. Go to the 3D view Select the beam Click and drag an edge of the beam The pet palette has now displayed the option ‘Hole’ Set up the Beam Hole Settings. If you need to have more holes, you
If you are using CineRender by MAXON to create a pretty picture in ArchiCAD 18, you might be surprised at how long the rendering is taking. I had a go just now, and it was shaping up to take a number of hours to create the rendered image. Actually, it’s quite normal for quality rendering
Emailing large PDF drawing booklets generated in ArchiCAD can be a problem if you are using a slow internet connection. With the Mac OSX image utility, Preview, you can resave a PDF to a reduced file size. Open the PDF Drawing Booklet with Preview. Then hit File > Export, rename the File (just in case),
The surfaces in ArchiCAD 18 have been completely redeveloped by experts insuring the highest quality materials when rendering. These are based off Maxon’s Cinema 4D technology to effectively use the CineRender engine. Their names have subsequently changed to be a little easier to read. For example ‘Paint 01′ is now ‘Paint – Titanium White’ We
Hedge #1591 is designed to model a trimmed broad-leaf hedge such as griselinia, laurel, etc. Description The basic shape of the hedge is a rectangular ‘box’, into which leaves are randomly placed. One major consideration for any leafy object is the number of polygons and edges in the model. This hedge object addresses the problem by
When you have a morph that has both curvy faces and sharp edges, to increase the resolution of the curve and still have the sharp edges. Select the morph Command Design>Modify Morph>Modify segmentation More segments.