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Approximating Nurbs Surface In Autodesk Architectural Desktop 2005/2006
Approximating Nurbs Surface In Autodesk Architectural Desktop 2005/2006
This brief tutorial will show you how, with a modest amount of knowledge, to create a Nurbs surface in Autodesk VIZ and bring it into Architectural Desktop to be converted into a Mass element that can be viewed in plan, section or elevation without unsightly tessellation.
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Space Sketches In Architectural Desktop
Space Sketches In Architectural Desktop
Architectural Desktop tutorial explores the Napkin Sketch feature, which can give a more freehand look for space planning.
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Vba Shortcuts In Architectural Desktop
Vba Shortcuts In Architectural Desktop
Today we are going to expand our VBA explorations and begin writing some routines to allow us to work with AEC objects inside of Architectural Desktop 2006. Our requirements are simple-we want to streamline our floor plan layout so that we don't have to complete some of our tasking in two or more steps.
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Framing Plans With Architectural Desktop 3
Framing Plans With Architectural Desktop 3
Tutorial on using roof slabs to create roof framing plans in 2D and 3D.
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Space Planning With Architectural Desktop 2005
Space Planning With Architectural Desktop 2005
The first in a series of articles focusing on conceptual design.
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Adding A Door Threshold
Adding A Door Threshold
The advantage of using Autodesk® Architectural Desktop is that many of its objects, such as doors, walls, and windows, have multiple ways of displaying themselves. For example, if you draw a door and a wall in plan view, you can easily extract an elevation or a section from your designs""without having to redraw everything and use Layer Manipulation.
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