Uses of Polylines in AutoCAD

A polyline is an object in AutoCAD that consists of one or more line (or arc) segments. A rectangle is an example of a polyline that you are already familiar with. As you've seen, it is one object that can be modified and worked with easier than four separate lines. A 2D polyline is a... Continue Reading →

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The Function of “ORTHO”, “POLAR” and “Dynamic Input” in Autocad

Ortho, Polar & Dynamic Input are modes of operation. They are situated in the status bar just below the workspace. Each mode gives the workspace a certain direction of working i.e. in workspace while using cursor each mode activates certain way of movement or certain way of command giving. They can be used according to... Continue Reading →

Mental Ray and V-Ray in 3Ds Max

In 3Ds Max there are mainly two types of lights i.e. MENTAL RAY V-RAY Mental Ray Mental ray is a default setting of light in max. In this there are standard lights and photometric lights. In Standard lights there is omni light , target spot, target direct, free spot, free direct and sky light.  Photometric... Continue Reading →

Difference between Line and Polyline?

The Line and Poly line are two objects with difference properties in Auto-CAD. In the line command, every time we click, the part between two points are- an Independent unity but the part between the first point and the last point consist of multiple separated independent unities. The Line command allows you to create single... Continue Reading →

Uses of Curtain Walls in Revit

Curtain wall systems are typically designed with extruded aluminum members, although the first curtain walls were made of steel. The aluminum frame is typically infill with glass, which provides an architecturally pleasing building, as well as benefits such as daylighting. However, parameters related to solar gain control such as thermal comfort and visual comfort are... Continue Reading →

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