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Adding to Existing Morphs

13m 10s

In this course, Josh Bone will demonstrate methods for creating optimized models using ArchiCAD 21.

We will demonstrate methods on how to create granular models that can enable you to extract more views from the model for documentation which will reduce errors and omissions as a byproduct.

When you are done with this course, you'll know how to find ways to leverage the BIM from the early design phases through design into construction.

 

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Back in my section I want to go in here and I want to create a profile element that I want to extrude along a plain, so I'm going to go to my Morph tool, we could draw with lines and we can do a space bar click using our Magic Wand Settings to fill that in. But I'm just going to draw this with my Morph tool here in this view, and as I create this profile, you'll see that I have the ability to edit along the plane to create curve edges. If I want to curve I can do so, if I want to come back in and create new points I can do so.

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ArchiCAD Intermediate Level Training

Level 2

Duration: 7h 4m

Author: Josh Bone