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Chapter 2 Creating Floor Plans. Objectives Draw straight or curved walls using the Wall Add command and Properties palette Use the Close and Ortho Close.

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1 Chapter 2 Creating Floor Plans

2 Objectives Draw straight or curved walls using the Wall Add command and Properties palette Use the Close and Ortho Close options to close a polygon shape Identify the function of the wall grips Set the cleanup radius to display of graph lines Use the WallOffsetCopy, WallOff set Move, and WallOffset Set commands for adding walls Merge walls with Join and Wall Merge commands Reverse the direction of a wall using the Reverse command Use Add Selected to execute the Wall Add command

3 Object Snap and AEC Object Settings

4 Accessing AddWall Command

5 Using Dynamic Input

6 Object Snap Settings

7 Edit of Dynamic Dimensions

8 Display of Wall Options with Pointer Input Toggled On in Dynamic Input

9 Properties Palette of a Wall

10 Wall Properties- Basic Design Basic General Description Style Bound Spaces Cleanup Automatically Cleanup group definition Segment type-arc/line Shadow display Dimensions A-Width B-Base Height C-Length Justify Baseline Offset Roofline offset from base height E-Roof and Floor Line F-Floor line offset from Baseline Location Rotation Elevation Additional Information

11 Wall Properties -Advanced Style Overrides Starting end cap Ending end cap Priority overrides Worksheets Plan Modifiers Roof/Floor Line Cleanups A-Graphline position B-Cleanup radius Cleanup Radius Overrides Override start cleanup radius Override end cleanup radius

12 Match Properties Match Properties allows you to select an object to obtain the settings from the source object. The settings of the source object are then applied to the destination object.

13 Add Selected Select a wall, choose Add Selected to add wall of the same style and settings.

14 Creating Straight Walls (Select Wall from the Design palette, verify Style=Standard in the Properties palette.) Start point or: (Click a location for p1 in the graphics screen.) (Move the mouse to the right) End point or: 8' ~EnterKey~ (p2 is specified.)

15 Creating Curved Walls (Select Wall from the Design Palette and select the Arc Segment type in the Properties Palette.) Start point or: (Click a location in the graphics screen to locate p1 as shown below.) Mid point (Specifies p2 as shown below.) End point (Specifies p3 as shown below.)

16 Editing Curved Walls Using Properties

17 Using Ortho Close Option Start point or: (Select p1 as shown below.) End point or : (Select p2 as shown below.) End point or : (Select p3 as shown below.) End point or : (Right click and select Ortho close from the shortcut menu.) OR Point on wall in direction of close: (Select a location near p4 as shown below.)

18 Wall Handle Offset

19 Node Object Snaps Locations of a Wall

20 Specifying Wall Length

21 Grips Width Edit of Walls

22 Location Grip Edit of a Wall

23 End Grips Location of a Wall

24 Roofline Grip Edit of Wall

25 Lengthen Grip of a Wall

26 Grips Edit of Base Height

27 Grip Editing a Wall

28 Wall Justification Settings

29 Wall Justification

30 Extrusion Direction Resulting from Normal Values

31 WallReverse Reverse-In Place-Wall remains in original position with components reversed Reverse Baseline-Justification line remains in original position with components reversed

32 Wall Flip Option

33 Accessing Edit Justification from the Ribbon

34 Wall Cleanup

35 Cleanup Radii

36 Priority of Wall Components

37 Wall AutoSnap Settings of Options

38 Wall Solution Tip

39 Cleanup Group Styles

40 Cleanup Groups

41 Diagnostic Display Configuration

42 L Cleanup and T Cleanup Wall Contextual Tab

43 Apply L Cleanup Select Wall, right- click to display the context menu

44 Wall Cleanup L (Select a wall for editing at P1, choose L Cleanup from the Cleanup panel of the Wall Contextual tab.) Select the second wall: (Select the wall at P2.) Wall cleaned up as shown at right Note: Wall segment B is trimmed since it is shorter than A If walls do not cross, the wall will extend to intersection

45 Wall Cleanup T Procedure (Select a wall for editing at P1, T Cleanup from the Cleanup panel of the Wall contextual tab.) Select boundary wall: (Select the wall at P2 shown below.) (Wall cleaned up as shown below.) Note: Wall A is removed since it is shorter.

46 Adding Wall Merge Condition

47 Wall Merge Add Command Select wall at P1 shown at right and choose Add Wall Merge Condition from the extended Cleanup panel.) Select walls to merge with: (Select the wall at P2 as shown below.) 1 found Select walls to merge with: ~EnterKey~ (Press the ~EnterKey~ to end the command.) (Walls merged as shown at right below.)

48 Wall Join Command (Select a wall segment and choose Join from the extended Cleanup panel.) Select second wall: (Select wall at p1 as shown below.) (Walls segments joined.)

49 Wall Offset Copy

50 Select a wall and choose Copy from the Offset fly-out in the Modify panel of the Wall contextual tab Move the pointer over the wall component to specify reference for offset; the tip displays the name of the wall component under the pointer, click to select the component identified in the tooltip

51 Specify Distance for Offset Copy Move the pointer down to set the direction, distance is dynamically displayed; then type the offset distance in the workspace as shown below

52 Wall Offset Move Select a wall and choose Move from the Offset flyout of the Modify panel of the Wall contextual tab. Select the component to offset from: (Move the pointer over the wall component to reference the offset, the tip displays the name of the wall component under the pointer; click to select the point.) Select a point to offset to: 5’ (Move the pointer down to set the direction, distance is dynamically displayed; then type the offset distance in the workspace)

53 Wall Offset Set Select a wall and choose Set From from the Offset flyout of the Modify panel in the Wall contextual tab Select the component to offset from: (Move the pointer over the wall component to reference the offset, select point p2.) Select a point or wall component: (Select point p3 to measure the distance between the two walls.) Enter new distance between the selected points: 5’ (Selected wall surface moved to a point 5’ from the wall.)

54 Wall Editing with AutoCAD Commands Align Array Break Copy Chamfer Fillet Erase Extend Mirror Move Offset Rotate Scale Stretch Trim


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