Here’s a question for you: Can CAD drawings be seen and appreciated as fine art? That question rolled around my head as I was working on a desktop sculpture . . .
This is a sculpture and remote control holder that I designed in 3D using AutoCAD. I also had a plastic prototype made using 3D printing.
What’s the best way to handle a portion of a plan where the walls are all rotated 30 degrees from the “main” part of the building? Here’s an easy solution . . .
How to hide the level lines and grid lines in a linked Revit model, thus preventing duplication of grid and level lines in the current model. It’s easy . . .
The video tutorial shows how to dock dialog boxes in Revit, including how to fix a new Version 2014 docking issue …
Video included! In this CAD tip we look at creating 2D views from a 3D object that we’ve imported into AutoCAD. To create it we use a command called FLATSHOT.
This post shows how to import a 3D STEP file into AutoCAD, and how to change the 3D object’s orientation to align properly . . .
I read an interesting article on some architectural projects being built, planned or proposed in Dubai. The designs are eye-opening, to say the least.