In Archicad terminology, a marker is a special object that has a subordinate relationship to another element, representing the element and/or saying something about it. Viewpoint markers represent viewpoints in project windows. Each viewpoint type has its own marker objects. There are default markers for each one in the Archicad library, but we (as usual) use customized stuff. Each marker
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The big difference between a building section and a wall section, besides the scale itself, is that the wall section has much more fine detail. The additional detail of a wall section comes from (some) scale-sensitive model elements, along with 2D geometry and annotation placed in/around the modeled section. That's right, drawing. But this kind of drawing doesn't leave
(1) A custom profile for modeling and (2) an object for annotation. Profile: In the profile editor • The shape is that of two fascia boards with a reveal of 1/4" below the soffit board. • The horizontal stretch extents are inside the fascia board reveals. This way, when you adjust the overall width the fascia thickness will be unchanged.
Location: 05 Metals / 2D Steel A 2D symbol to draw rebars in concrete structures. Arrangement: Same as the Multiply command. Spread will place bars across the length of the object using the Spacing OC. Distribute will space the Quantity of bars evenly along the length. You might use Distribute in a footing detail, where the spec would call
Location: 07 Thermal & Moisture A 2D symbol for foundation perimeter drains and underslab drains in wall sections. In Perimeter mode, it draws the drain tile (pipe), gravel, cant strip, membrane, drainage board, and backfilled earth. In Slab mode, it draws the drain tile and gravel. Dimensions (Perimeter version): Height parameter: From the top of the footing to the
Original here. Added the ability to extend the side fill along the ceiling on either side, even at an angle. The spot at the end stretches the length, and the spot in the middle adjusts the angle.
Location: 03 Concrete A 2D symbol to lay over a footing rectangle, in wall sections, for example. It can draw the rebars, the notch for the foundation wall, and the lines at the edge of an adjacent slab. It can draw the outline of the footing, as well as the fill, but for most cases it shouldn't be needed. I
Location: 06 Wood & Plastic : 2D Wood This object makes it easier to fill in stud walls in wall sections. It combines plates, headers, blocking, drywall, sheathing, and insulation, in any combination, for 2x4 or 2x6 walls. At the top you can have a plate, double plate, or nothing. The bottom has these options plus a header, and an