Join Jim LaPier for an in-depth discussion in this video Creating viewports, part of Learning Vectorworks (2014).
…Now that we have our finalized designs, well,…at least until the customer calls, we can begin to lay out our final printed pages.…To do this, we will create what are known as sheet layers.…Each sheet layer represents a printed page in our drawing package.…Each sheet layer is also what is known as one to one.…This means, everything on the sheet layer will be the same size as when…it's printed on the final paper.…Text will be real height, and a sheet layer will have the same dimensions and…limitations of the final paper you will print your designs on.…
This concept means the designs we've created will need to be scaled to…fit on our sheet layer.…To this end, we will use view ports as a window to scale our designs.…The concept of view ports can be a tricky one to grasp, so take your time,…re-watch the video as necessary, and of course, practice on your own designs.…Let's get started with creating our sheet layer.…I'll open the Organization dialog box, go to Sheet Layers and click New.…I'm going to number this sheet 1 and call this sheet, Collar.…
- Setting up your workspace
- Working with classes and layers
- Entering values
- Working with geometry
- Creating 3D objects
- Modeling architecture
- Texturing and lighting
- Adding annotations
- Creating viewports
- Printing and sharing
Skill Level Appropriate for all
AutoCAD 2015 Essential Trainingwith Scott Onstott8h 35m Beginner
AutoCAD Architecture 2015 Essential Trainingwith Paul F. Aubin7h 27m Intermediate
1. The Interface
2. Environment Conventions
3. Basic Geometry
4. Basic 3D Shapes
5. Architectural 3D Modeling
8. Viewports and Sheets
9. Printing and Sharing
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