The Cadimage Slab Edge Footing has 4 different footing shapes that you can choose from. On the footing page click on the large button to select the different shapes.
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Today, we are very pleased to announce that the Cadimage Tools are now available for ARCHICAD 20! Most of your probably don’t have ARCHICAD 20 yet, but if and when you do, the Cadimage Installer will now allow you to choose version 20 from the drop-down at the top of the screen, and then you
The Cadimage Installer is currently not working due to some changes we are making on our website. We are working on getting it back up-and-running as soon as we can, and we’ll update this Blog post to let you know when it’s working again.
There are 11 types of Wall Cladding available in Cadimage Coverings: This is what they look like in 3D (Cinerender with White Model effect):
From time to time, we release updates for all Cadimage Tools. These need to be installed on your machine in order to ‘update’ your software. The update process is as follows: 01: Close ArchiCAD
If you search a plan object from Cadimage in BIMComponents you may need to add the attributes for the plants to your project to display the surfaces correctly. To enable the attributes in your file you can download the attributes file (Phormium Materials) from : https://www.mycadimage.com/ Then go to Cadimage Tools>Goodies
All at Cadimage would like to wish you and your families the very best during the festive season. During the Christmas break our offices will be closed from Wednesday 23rd December and reopening on Tuesday 5th January. Support queries can be logged during this time, but you may find the answer to your question via one of the
To control the display of the Stair on Plan View, create a new Polystair or select an existing one and go to its settings. Navigate to the Floor Plan and Section Panel then FLOOR PLAN DISPLAY> Show on Stories as highlighted below: The default option should be All Relevant Stories but it may be one
Avoid a situation like this with Wall Coverings in ARCHICAD: In Layout> Ignore Shape Detail near Ends you can set a distance where the Covering can ignore the shape detail of the model: This was introduced following ARCHICAD 17 to allow the control of the connection as walls now clash rather than mitre. By