I'd like to share some of my library content that I feel may be useful for others. These pieces are a mixed bag - some original work, but many are chief pieces that I modified or conveniently grouped. I plan to add more from my collection over time. Please feel free to use/edit/adapt as you see fit!
SHARE #1: ELECTRICAL
GFCI-DRAWER.calibz GARAGE-OPENER+GFCI:WP.calibz FURNACE-ELECTRIC+220V.calibz 6-INCH-EXISTING-CAN-LIGHT.calibz 220V (W:H).calibz AC+DISCONNECT+GFCI:WP_220V.calibz CLEARANCE-ELEC-PANEL-NOTE.calibz DUPLEX-DRAWER.calibz EV-CHARGER+50AMP.calibz GARAGE-OPENER+GFCI:WP.calibz RCPELEC LEGEND2022.calibz UNDER-TOP-CABINET-LIGHTING.calibz W:H-ELECTRIC-AND-220.calibz
I'm sort of new to CA and I've noticed that every time I go to set up my PBR it takes me FOREVER to get it looking good. This time however it has taken me forever to make it look good and I still cannot figure out how to fix this.
Can someone help me figure out what I'm doing wrong, I find PBR to be so challenging.
I would like to be able to display a dishwasher and disposal outlet in the position shown on the attachment (back of the cabinet). The way I got this to work is to insert a wall, place the outlet, make it invisible, and turn off the invisible wall display. Is there an easier way? Outlets can be placed on the side of the island cabinet, why not on the back?
I'm trying to get a wall mounted light inside a skylight well. So far I figured I could put it on a wall nearby and specify the offset/height to get it to "appear" in the more or less correct place. This kind of works, but I'm wondering if anyone has a more legit way of doing this? I'm hopeful to get the light to automatically tilt with the slope of the well.
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!