If you want to have a nice 3D model of a reeded decking panels remember that you can use the Reeded option from the Cadimage Slab Covering tool.
Select a slab go to Cadimage > Covering > Slab Covering.
If you use the Cadimage Windows in ARCHICAD 20, The frame depth can be changed to 0, this will set the frame depth to match the thickness of the wall.
If you are using the Cadimage Windows, you can see the Schedule Settings show the Glazed Area and the Vented Area settings. You can schedule those parameters if you add the
When in the 3D window to toggle the Orbit ON and OFF press the ‘O’ key, or from the bottom scrollbar of the 3D window as shown below: Once you enter Orbit mode, press the left button and drag the mouse to turn the model around its centerpoint (axonometry) or target point (perspective). Note: If
If you want to change the Story Level lines in your Section\Elevation views from Solid to a Dashed line. Bring up the Section\Elevation settings > Story Levels > Show Story Levels > choose the Dashed line type
If you set the Vertical Range of a section to be Limited, you can choose whether its symbol should only Show on Stories that are cut by the section. There are two options, you can show the symbol on stories that are Entirely included in the section’s vertical range, or also stories that are only
When you create a kitchen cabinet using the Cadimage Cabinet tool, you might want to add a kitchen sink. If you simply place the sink onto the counter, it does not automatically cut a hole in the counter. To cut the hole, you need to use Solid Element Operations. Generate a 3D view of the
If you want to assign a single default layer to all the tools instead of than using ARCHICAD default layer set-up, go to Document > Layers > Layer Extras > Active Layer. Choose the One Active Layer for all Element Types option from the appearing palette. Note: This will set the default layer of all
It’s now March and no doubt like everyone else you were a bit busy on the run up to the holidays and you may not have had time to keep on top of ArchiCAD maintenance… so now is a good time to Check for Updates! First of all, check ArchiCAD is up to date… to
How do I create wall schedules in AC20 with the plan view thumbnail? Go to your Interactive Schedule to the Wall List or create a Constructions Elements for Walls Add the 3D Axonometry and 2D Plan Preview