In the situation below I have a timber framed wall that has been finished without a door or another wall to wrap against. As you can see the result is an uncovered wall core. Obviously this is not the type of finish I want my contractor to leave on site In order to finish these
Quick adjustments can be made to already placed Cadimage Wall Coverings by simply selecting the Covering you wish to edit, then by selecting the outer most hotspot on the end of the Covering and choosing Stretch from the Pet Palette you can adjust the end angle of the wall. And by selecting the inner
On larger projects, sophisticated objects can hinder your navigating speed in 3D. If you are spending a lot of time switching between Floor plan, Elevation and 3D on a complex project you may like to simplify your model temporarily so your computer is not processing all of these objects every time you enter those views.
When you have claddings that need to merge across Storys (for example, weatherboards) you can use the Set out boards from settings in the Cladding Tab to define where the cladding is set out from. This ensures the boards are continuous across Stories and also remain the correct size and spacing. You also need to
Wondering where the new features are in the Coverings tool(the one formerly know as Accessories)? A lot of work was put into the V14 Coverings here by the development team, but aside from a few bug fixes, the result for our End Users looks roughly the same as it did in V13. Which is exactly
We recently discovered one or two issues with the Roof Accessory object which were introduced in the latest update. To correct this, we have created a new Interim Release (Build 208). If you notice that your 3D is very slow to generate when you have attached Roof Accessories then you should download this interim release.