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Building on the videos Eric (Solver) made recently...I did this video to show how you can construct a tapered paneled column in plan view, using p-solids and a molding polyline. It's a fast method...and the best part is you don't have to use a 3D molding polyline.
Check it out....
Hi Guys and Girls.
I've been away form this forum for a long time, maybe some of you still remember me.
I had another job for a few year and I didn't have time to be here, how ever Covid struck and I lost the other job.
So to make some extra money I will offer my symbols for sale and also take custom symbol orders, if you want something special I make it for you.
You can see a few of my symbols, old and new on my facebook page.
If you like what you see send me a PM or an E-mail.
After so long since it was a pause when I used to work on CA x10, I am facing an issue; I have downloaded a kitchen hood hose from 3D warehouse as a symbol now both in 2D & 3D formats how to reduce the size of the symbol? If I try to squeeze it, the bounding box squeezes but the symbol remains large on the 2D & 3D plans. Thanks in advance.
Good evening everyone, hope you are all well! I have had this problem for awhile and I have searched the forums for this issue before. The living room shown in the jpeg is a 2-story height space in a tiny home (84" first floor, 60" Loft). I want to have the electrical layout displayed on the ground floor and also have the recessed lights in the vaulted ceiling in the floor above. The problem is the vaulted ceiling is drawn on the 2nd floor. The obvious workaround is to draw these fixtures on the 2nd floor, CAD to detail, and copy them as a separate layer on the ground floor. It is important that the client sees the lights in relation to furniture, cabinets, etc. Let me know if it is possible to combine the first and second floor into one room in the living room. As you can see in the photo, the ceiling is registering only 84" above the floor. Thanks!