Hatch and Gradient Fill trimming options in CorelCAD You can now trim Hatches and Gradients with the Trim and PowerTrim commands. Use the Trim command to cut drawing objects precisely at the edges defined by one or more objects. Use the PowerTrim command to trim multiple, adjacent objects by dragging the pointer across each object.
ArchiCAD provides complex trimming techniques to help the editing of Roofs and Shells. When we have a series of elements that we want to Trim to the Roofs and Shells above them, we can select all elements involved, then use the Connect… Trim Elements to Roof or Shell command of the context menu. Keep the
ArchiCAD introduces improved trimming techniques to help the editing of roofs and shells. The simplest case of Trimming an Element to a Roof or Shell is done by selecting the element, selecting the Roof or Shell we want to use for trimming, and choosing the Connect… Trim Elements to Roof or Shell command of the
By default every Roof and Shell has its own Trimming Body. When any connection is made between any two Roof or Shell, no matter what part remains, their trimming bodies are merged and will act as one unified trimming body in all subsequent operation. The Trimming Body is now displayed as one unit instead of
Hey, what is up, nation? In this session I’m going to teach you how you can trim multiple objects at once. Okay, so there’s a question asked on the Sketchup forums. I’ve recreated this. But basically what the person was trying to do was subtract these differen spheres from this grid, of I assumed wood.
When performing the Trim to Roof or Shell command, a so-called Trimming Body is used. The View… On-Screen View Options… Trimming Bodies menu command toggles the display of Trimming Bodies. When displayed they are shown as red transparent bodies. Roofs and Shells can have Trimming Bodies since these can be Trimming element. When we are
One option available for the Trimming Body of Shells is the Editable Trimming Body option. If we switch to this option in the Shell Settings Dialog, then the Trimming body will not be a vertical extrusion. Instead, it is defined by the Profile Polygon of the Shell. Let us consider this example of an Extruded
There are various options that can be set for the Trimming Bodies of Roofs and Shells. These can be set using the Trimming Body field in the Model panel of the Settings Dialog of these elements. There are three options available for Shells: Editable, which we will discuss in more detail in other Intelligent Connections
ArchiCAD provides selective trimming techniques to help the editing of Roofs and Shells. When we have a trimming situation where the default method would not give us our desired result, we can have more control over how the trimming operation is performed. In such a case we can select the element to be trimmed and