Kenoeightspot

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  1. Kenoeightspot's post in Commercial lighting symbols/lettering templates was marked as the answer   
    try these


  2. Kenoeightspot's post in Commercial lighting symbols/lettering templates was marked as the answer   
    try these


  3. Kenoeightspot's post in Door Schedule Grouping was marked as the answer   
    One method is to uncheck " Include in schedule" in the DBX. for each door or window.
  4. Kenoeightspot's post in Let there be lites was marked as the answer   
    Try This:

  5. Kenoeightspot's post in How To Control Site Plan Dimension Size was marked as the answer   
    Place the polylines or terrain perimeter on the layer that has the text style that you want.
  6. Kenoeightspot's post in Garage Stem Wall was marked as the answer   
    Control you garage floor from the Room DBX. My Living area floor is at 0",ceiling at 100". Garage ceiling is set to 100" ,floor at -18" and stem wall at 6" above garage floor. My living area floor system is 12 5/8". This is what you get with those spec's.

  7. Kenoeightspot's post in driveway culvert cutout in terrain was marked as the answer   
    Place a plug the same color just inside the pipe.
     
    Or Polyline solids.
     
    Third image is overview of hollow pipe



  8. Kenoeightspot's post in Two Floors - Three Wall Surfaces? was marked as the answer   
    You might start with a building section and plan where the walls and roof connect to the bent frame. Building your building shell, create a cross section and use that shape to create the "Bent Frame" shape. copy that shape outside of the building model.
    Model the bent frame from polyline solids , Block, add to lib. then move  back to the Building shell, in plan move to your desired locations.



  9. Kenoeightspot's post in Temporary CAD Dimensions was marked as the answer   
    Is your Temp. Dim. Icon turned on

  10. Kenoeightspot's post in Training video with spiral ducting was marked as the answer   
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gkD-flpiT6M&list=PL7J4ch5cuz98Ojm8puit9VqTk_W39avaa
     
    Youtube under Quick tips.
  11. Kenoeightspot's post in copy the bay window, please was marked as the answer   
    Select the bay and the wall, copy, place away from the plan. Reduce the wall length. Rotate as needed, place over another wall and you have a copied bay window.