I think this is perfectly possible to parametrize such 3D models. I would suggest the following workflow:
- Create various types of chambers: rectangular (square), truncated rectangular (like in your sample structure. The thickness of…
Correct: Ctrl+TAB switches between open drawings.
TAB key to cycle obscured geometry works according to the current value of SELECTIONMODES. Solids will always be detected, solid faces and edges only if the corresponding SELECTIONMODES option is ch…
To automatically handle the issue shown in your movie, programming is needed. Kind of a 'if ... then' clause. I'm not a programmer, I can only point you in the right direction using default commands and some 'tips and tricks'.
Command aliases sit in the default.pgp file:
Is this file missing on your computer? In attachment you can find a copy. When BricsCAD is open, type Supportfolder in th…
When you decrease the width with more than the twice the width of one finger, the problem occurs. So when reducing the width either keep the value below 2*finger width or temporarily reduce the number of fingers.
The PROPUNITS system variable controls which value fields (lengths, areas and/or volumes) are automatically formatted (= indicate a unit). Which units are available is defined by the LENTHUNITS, AREAUNITS and VOLUMEUNITS properties.
When you type …
As far as I know extrusions of an arc or a circle are saved internally as arcs and circles, it's only the display that is segmented. When you cut through such solids the result are true arcs, solids, ellipses, ...
The FACETRES system variable controls the display of curved faces of solids. The higher the value, the smoother the display is, but large values have a significant impact on memory usage and performance. Use the REGEN command to apply the new value.
Exactly. In the attached model sit 4 windows. I created the H parameter in the model (done in the Mechanical Browser panel), then I selected the four windows and in the Properties panel I set the H parameter of the windows to the main H parameter (y…
To open the Start tab (or to display the start tab) do one of the following:
- type gotostart at the command prompt
- press and hold the Ctrl-key then press the Home key.