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Productivity Corner: A Close-up Look At Feature Modeling
Productivity Corner: A Close-up Look At Feature Modeling
MicroStation`s Feature Modeling extension provides a powerful set of tools for 3D solids modeling. Solids models created using the Feature Modeling tools are fully editable, either using the parameters defined during creation, or graphically using Element handles while selected. When you add a feature to a SmartSolid, MicroStation will automatically convert the SmartSolid to a feature solid.
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Productivity Corner: Make Your Renderings Look More Realistic
Productivity Corner: Make Your Renderings Look More Realistic
As you begin using the design visualization tools of MicroStation, choosing the rendering method and experimenting with the results is quite common. However, the results can be very unpredictable. Sometimes, the default global lighting parameters for a given model are configured well enough and provide acceptable rendering results.
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Gc Lesson 8 - Flexible Massing Models, Flexible Building Envelopes And Grabbing Metrics
Gc Lesson 8 - Flexible Massing Models, Flexible Building Envelopes And Grabbing Metrics
Creating shapes of floors in MicroStation and saving the metrics in Excel file.
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Productivity Corner: Microstation`s 3d Capabilities, Part 2
Productivity Corner: Microstation`s 3d Capabilities, Part 2
When working within a 3D model, you will be viewing the design from any direction. Tools in the MicroStation View Control tool box (figure 1) allow you to rotate a given view to any orientation, or you can specify a camera target and eye point position. To accelerate the setup, MicroStation has eight standard views you can use: top, front, right, isometric, bottom, back, left, and right isometric. You can rotate the view in any direction or add perspective.
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Productivity Corner: Microstation`s 3d Capabilities, Part 1
Productivity Corner: Microstation`s 3d Capabilities, Part 1
MicroStation provides a comprehensive set of tools for creating, editing and presenting 3D geometry. This month we will cover the universal concepts associated with working in 3D within MicroStation. These include creating, editing and viewing 3D models. The great thing about working in 3D is all the 2D drawing and viewing tools you already use in MicroStation can also be used in a 3D model.
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Gc Lesson 5 - Models And References
Gc Lesson 5 - Models And References
Attaching a reference file to default DGN model in MicroStation.
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Models More Models
Models More Models
Learning about MicroStation models and improving plotting and working environments. (PDF File to dowload).
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