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If you are like many who join talks about chiefarchitect, you may think that Chiefarchitect is complicated and there is too much to learn. Ofcourse yes! Every thing has a learning curve. How ever you can shorten the time, if you are lucky to get coatchings from some one that knows well about the subject matter. My tutorials on mastering chiefarchitect are based on the amazing workflows that I have developed during the years I was using chiefarchitect. My workflow based tutoring service makes learning Chiefarchitect fun and easy –Believe me you will be up and running in no time! And remmember my workflow based tutoring packages will be simple, affordable and rewarding for you.
I would like to welcome you to my tutoring service once again. And I would like you know that sessions are provided online using Skype screen sharing. In addition to the that, We also provide trainees a link to an exclusive video instructions based on trainee's specific requirements.
Price: $40 USD/Hour
Trainees will cover the following in a Very short time.
Building Modeling, Exploring the Default and Preference settings, Working with chiefarchitect tools in General, Creating a Basic Floor Plan, Creating and Modifying Floor Levels, Working with Automatic and Manual Dimensions, Adding and Modifying Walls, Using Editing tools, Adding and Modifying Doors and Windows, Developing the Building Model, Adding Stairs and Railings, Automatic and Manual Roofs, Creating and Modifying Terrains, Working with Chief's Cad tools, Creating and importing(.SKP, DWG, DXF etc) Symbols, Loading Additional Building Components, Working with Framing Tools, Automatic and Manual Framing Techniques, Adding Library items, Managing Views, Controlling Object Visibility and Working with Layers, Creating and Modifying Section and Elevation Views, Creating and Modifying 3D Views, Placing Dimensions, Creating Callout Views, Working with Layouts, Working with Annotation sets, working with reference sets, Basics of Construction Documentation, Creating Schedules, Presenting the Building Model and Creating Renderings.
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I'm looking for a good coach. Right now I'm struggling with some roof plane problems (see attached images). I have PRO and will consider an upgrade to Premier. I'm designing my own home which as some constraints because it's a barn conversion (partially done physically) and an addition. I'm not sure how far I'll take these plans. I'd like to go all the way to construction drawings but, if this gets too difficult I will turn the drafting over to a professional at some point. It depends on how far I can advance, with some help, in Chief Architect. I live in Oregon. Home number: 541-708-0428.
Hello. I'm a design/build contractor in Fairfield County, CT who recently upgraded (major upgrade) to Chief Architect. I have been building/designing (residential remodeling) for twenty years. I don't necessarily need someone to teach how to design; rather I need a experienced professional to give me a CA crash course over a short period of time (I'm a quick learner) in converting. I have several design projects on my plate and would love to get them done via Chief Architect rather than use my old software. I've been watching the tutorials and those are great but would prefer in-home (or I can go to you) one-on-one training. I missed the JLC two-day seminar in Providence RI :(.
Hey guys and gal I am trying to plan a possible move to Colorado Springs this Summer and would love to start a drafting/design business when I get there.
In a meeting with my current bosses today, they mentioned that only licensed architects are allowed to design and draw houses and plans in Colorado. Is this true?? I found it hard to believe because I just finished some changes to one of our plans for a guy building in Lakewood. I made changes to the plans, then he took them to an engineer and I coordinated with the engineer on structural changes and he would add his sheets into the set at the end. Plans were submitted to city and everything was ok.
So I'm curious. If I move to Co Springs could I still plan on doing design and drafting work for myself? I didn't really want to have to work for anyone beside this and maybe some general contracting. Can anyone give me some info?