Thank you very much!!! And all this will also work in LT too. Share this post Link to post Share on other sites.
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Now thank god we hired someone for those responsibilities. Patteerns January 26, Posted December 3, Can anyone provide me with an idiots guide to installation please?!
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To add a new CAD tip that you feel would benefit others with credit to youcontact webmaster. Just makes me laugh. Create an account aurocad sign in to comment You need to be a member in order to leave a comment Create an account Sign up for a new account in our community. Shorter DWGs - I have a multi-megabyte drawing with 'almost nothing' drawn in it.
I hhatch I have all of the lines in at the proper angles and start poionts and lengths. The offsets are all that I have left to figure out I have all of the "y" values set to 1 - I was trying to test it out and see what I needed to do next - doesn't show up on the screen.
I am glad that several people are looking at this hatch! How about a linetype?
Posted September 25, Posted September 24, Register a new account. It is a batt insulation hatch.
ihsulation Well, I got this hair-brained idea that a hatch pattern would be nicer to use, because once at the top of the wall, at weird angles, etc. Another problem solved on the cadtutor forums! For those that aren't familiar with installing a menu, I also have created an installation guide.
Most viewers of the drawings the hatch pattern is used on will barely notice what pattern is used and rely more on the description of the insulation required. I found the linetype, and scaling the line down wasn't a problem at all.
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Thank you very much!!! I know its not what you are looking for, but it might be the simple answer for the same result.
I know that some of you have a lot more experience with it than I do, and somebody may have a pattern that does this. Hi, pretty new to the Forum and with a Vectorworks haatch, but slowly after 5 years! Or send me to a tutorial where I can make my own if you so choose: Posted October 18, Posted July 17, Error in pattern file.
Posted December 29, Anyone have a hatch for the curvy lines usually associated with insulation? Share this post Link to post Share on other sites.
Good point, at the time of the original post I was a bit overwelmed, managing my position and doing natch of the drafting so I was interested in every time saving technique I could find. Sign in Already have an account? Now if we were talking about a hatch pattern for oak veneer, herringbone flooring, or Arabic mosaic I could understand but it's just batt insulation guys.