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Hi friends

I want to draw a door to a strong room which has 2 single shutters, one opening inside of the room and second out side to the room. the wall is 12"thick.

How i can achieve this?

thanks

 

Salahuddin

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Use the signature feature in your profile to tell us what software you use, and the system on which it is run.

 

Otherwise, you won't get much help here.

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35 minutes ago, GeneDavis said:

Use the signature feature in your profile to tell us what software you use, and the system on which it is run.

 

Otherwise, you won't get much help here.

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ok 

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Ain't that the truth!  lol

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12 minutes ago, SMC2992 said:

ok 

updating

Yes This is what i want, How to achieve this?

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9 minutes ago, Doug_N said:

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Ain't that the truth!  lol

Not like this

I want like this

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2 hours ago, SMC2992 said:

Hi friends

I want to draw a door to a strong room which has 2 single shutters, one opening inside of the room and second out side to the room. the wall is 12"thick.

How i can achieve this?

thanks

 

Salahuddin

What are the components or layers of the 12" thick wall? Could you explain what you mean by the term 'shutters'? 

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Salahuddin,

 

Use two 6" thick walls with a room divider between.  Then place a door in each wall, opening the way you want.  Might be easiest to make one wall;  add a room divider about two inches away; then add the second wall an inch away and then slide them together.  Worked for me

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I didn't do a room divider between.  I just made one of the walls "no room division."  

 

And presumed that all the OP wants is the 3D look.

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I have tried to and placed another door on other side and it worked.

see the attached file, Hope i have done it in a right way.

Thanks to All

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You don't need two walls , Chief will allow one door to sit exactly on top of the other ( center tool works) and make it look like it is one door.... 1n both 2D and 3D

 

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22 minutes ago, Kbird1 said:

You don't need two walls , Chief will allow one door to sit exactly on top of the other ( center tool works) and make it look like it is one door.... 1n both 2D and 3D

 

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Thank you so much

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