To add a spot height to a mesh; have the mesh selected, AND the mesh tool selected in the ToolBox, set the Geometry Method to Polygonal, then simply double-click on the mesh, in the new dialog select your Mesh Point type. Now you can select the point and set its ‘Z’ height from the Pet
In the Mesh tool we have 3 options under the Model Tab. If we start of with All Ridges Sharp, we can see that the mesh becomes very triangulated. This is the simplest form for the computer to generate, but is not much good for rendering The Second Option is User Defined Sharp, This
If you have a coordinates file with the points of the site mesh either as a text file (txt) or xyz. You can place that mesh easily in ArchiCAD: ARCHICAD 20 File>Interoperability>Place Mesh from Surveyors Data…… AC 16 to 19 Design>Place Mesh from Surveyors Data…
Before we start to setup our mesh, we need to know what height to set it out to. Have a look at your Surveyors information and find the lowest height supplied. In my example below the lowest height contour is 50.5m As a rule of thumb, I always round down to the nearest whole number.
In ArchiCAD 17 you now have the ability to create a mesh by importing your surveyors data. All you need to do is make sure that your surveyor supplies your the information in either a .TXT or .XYZ file format. Once you have this information, simply go to Design>Place Mesh from Surveyors Data… In the
As you may know, the Cadimage Extrusion Tool can extrude a profile along a path. This path can be drawn on the fly, or you can draw a path with polylines and extrude along that. But did you know that it can extrude a path along the edge of a Mesh? All you need to
Tired of unsightly lines ruining the display of your finely crafted meshes in Floor Plan view? Well, worry no more! With the judicious application of a single setting in the Mesh tool, you can change your spider-web meshes from this: to this: Too good to be true, you say? Don’t take my word for it,
You probably (hopefully) know about the wonderful Solid Element Operations in ArchiCAD. But did you know that you can do Solid Element Operations on your Solid Element Operators? For example, you want to remove a volume from your mesh. The area that you want to remove, however, needs to be contoured as well (ie. you
You have 3 options on how your Mesh is represented, the first option will just show the mesh surface, the second option shows the surface and the sides and the last option shows the surface, sides and the earth infill.
If you are drawing a polygon shape, be it a Roof, Slab, Fill, Zone or Mesh, add your points Then double click on the last point and it will automatically close the polygon back to the starting point.