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Is there anything I can do to either reduce or eliminate the lines the column moldings are producing in vector view? I did convert the curve to a polyline...and divided the circle into very small parts...but it doesn't seem to help.
Any ideas would by great. Thanks.
Here's a couple pics...a sample plan is attached also. (Column Molding in Vector View.plan)
I am wondering if you can create a new material from polylines. I have made many new materials from images. But in this instance I would like to make a series of metal circles to use to "paint" a hemi-sphere. I could find an image to use to do this, but I want the circles to actually have real holes so light can shine through them. I have attached an example of this for a light. I am able to create a series of holes using a circle and the 3D molding polyline, multiple copy them and add to the library, but material is not an option. This may not be possible...
I have an interesting question for the pro's here. I am designing a very unconventional coffee kiosk with curved glulams and curved walls. I built the initial design by creating the 3D objects in plan view in a source file, then pasting the shapes into an elevation in a new 3D file, creating 3D shapes in the elevation. (See Kiosk Profile.jpg)
Once the 3D Shapes were created I laid them out plan view in the 3D file and created the 3D structure. (Kiosk 3D.plan)
I now need to put a window in the curved wall, and cannot figure out how to punch a hole in this shape. Any tips?
I have been trying to import terrain data from a dwg. I can get the terrain perimeter to work but the topo lines will not convert to polylines even though they have shared endings.
I attached both the original dwg, and the topo layers isolated as their own file.
This has been very frustrating as I have followed all the steps in the online knowledge base but the lines will never convert to polylines when imported. Any suggestions?
Topo Layers isolated.dwg
18046D_ACAD 2010_TOPO IMPERIAL.dwg