jollywheat

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    Roller Doors

    morning Rob, a kind user provided these a while ago, hopefully you may find them useful. regards, Brian Roller doors.calibz
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    No bump map option

    afternoon Ed, If you really want your renders to "pop" then try this: the clients love it & it's lots of fun. regards, Brian
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    Polished Concrete Interior Floors

    morning, download Chief's "Boral library" which has a great selection of exposed, honed or polished concrete finishes. this is in the Materials & Surfaces section & will import into your Manufacturers library. https://3dlibrary.chiefarchitect.com/index.php?r=site/library&search=&x=0&y=0&x=true&soft_1=1&hid_soft_1=1&hid_version_4=1&utm_source=Chief%20Architect%20Premier%2017.3.2.2%20x64&utm_medium=software&utm_campaign=Resource:%20content enjoy. Brian
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    Bifold External Stacking Door

    evening John & young Ed, attached library should give you what you want. they are symbols so you need to make the opening first & then insert these doors, may need to make a single hinged door as the first leaf. regards, Brian folding doors.calibz
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    Measurements On Elevations

    evening Adam, drag the elevation camera into the building & your dimensions will snap to the X section lines. then drag your camera back out for your elevation & the dimensions will stay. regards Brian
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    Terran Copy

    morning Timmy, 1. turn off all layers except the terrain & make the skirt 10mm (½") thick & "follow terrain". 2. take an orthographic full overview. 3. export 3D model (any are fine) 4. import 3D symbol (or drag & drop into plan) 5. save as symbol & place on its own layer. 6. overlay it on the terrain 7. give it the correct elevation & you're good to go. regards, Brian
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    3D Render using chief Architect

    morning Tina, Trust you didn't get blown away last night. There is a very active chief architects users group in Perth. We meet monthly to share tips & tricks, materials, symbols & try to sort out any problems anyone is having. Now we have been using it for a while we are actually having a full day seminar next week for an in depth look at X6. you are most welcome to come along. Email homeview@bigpond.com or give me a call on 94477867 or 0417 957 876 anytime to discuss further. Regards, Brian Wheatland