Using the Cadimage Covering Tool can set the Covering Type to Bricks/Blocks, and set the Block size. Once you have placed the covering to a wall, navigate to the ‘Coverings…’ tab and select the Bricks Style and click on ‘Edit Style’ to adjust the size of the blocks to suit.
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.
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
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If you place a Cadimage Switch object using the Electrical tool. You may change ‘manually’ the switch connection to: Single switch 2-Way switch Intermediate For ARCHICAD 20 go to the Cadimage Switch settings For ARCHICAD 19 Just go to the settings> Symbol>Specification>Display settings:
Once you have placed a wall covering you can choose to change the wall side placement by clicking the flip button: For ARCHICAD 20 For ARCHICAD 19 and older
If you are designing a new stair you may want to check if it complies with the minimum height clearance rules that apply in your country. This is very easy and helpful with the Cadimage Stair tool, just go to the Settings > Head Clearance Plan For ARCHICAD 20 Settings>Symbol>Head Clearance and edit the
If you want to wire two elements with the Cadimage Electrical tool, and both elements are in different stories. Like a stairs switch and a lamp, you will have to change the display of one of the elements to be displayed in the Home Story and the story of the other element: Now
When you place a Wall Covering on a Wall with Openings set at the base of the wall (0mm / 0″) you may see some problems. If the Covering is not configured correctly, the Cladding will fail to extend below the Openings. 31 In the example above, the left opening has no cladding below,
If you place a Cadimage Covering in a wall and wish you had placed it on the other side of the wall, you can change the size with the new feature: For ARCHICAD 20 For ArchiCAD 19 and older