Create gap in existing wall using 2-D sketch - Intergraph Smart 3D - Help

Intergraph Smart 3D Structure

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3D Design and Visualization
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Intergraph Smart 3D
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Help
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12.1(2019)
  1. Click Select on the vertical toolbar.

  2. Set the Locate Filter to Wall Systems.

  3. Select the wall that you want to place the gap in.

  4. Click Select a Path on the ribbon.

  5. Click Sketch 2D on the ribbon.

  6. Select objects in the model that you want to see in the 2-D environment.

  7. Click Draw .

  8. Click Split on the vertical toolbar.

  9. Identify the two locations on the wall between which you want to place the gap. Be sure to use the Bottom Up option during selection.

  10. Click Add or remove graphic from a group on the Change toolbar.

  11. Click Select Graphic Group on the ribbon.

  12. Select the original wall path. Be sure to use the Bottom Up option during selection.

  13. Click Select elements to add to group or remove from it on the ribbon.

  14. Select the segment of the wall path where the gap should be.

  15. Click Remove on the ribbon.

  16. Click Select on the vertical toolbar.

  17. Select the segment between the two points that you just removed from the group. Be sure to use the Bottom Up option during selection.

  18. Press Delete on the keyboard.

    You should now have a wall path with a gap in it.

  19. Click Add or remove graphic from a group on the Change toolbar.

  20. Click Select Graphic Group on the ribbon.

  21. Select the original wall path.

  22. Click Select elements to add to group or remove from it on the ribbon.

  23. Select all the segments on one side of the gap. Be sure to use the Bottom Up option during selection.

  24. Click Remove on the ribbon.

    By removing all the segments on one side of the gap from the original wall group, you create a new second wall. The software currently does not support having a gap in a single wall.

  25. In the 2-D environment, click Close .

  26. Click Finish.

  27. Set the wall system, type, composition, and other properties.

  28. Optionally, click Select Boundaries to limit the height of the wall.

  29. Click Finish.

    The software removes the segment from the wall thus creating the gap.