Place split walls by 2-D sketch - Intergraph Smart 3D - Help

Intergraph Smart 3D Civil

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3D Design and Visualization
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Intergraph Smart 3D
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10.1(2014R1)
  1. Click Place Wall on the vertical toolbar.

  2. Define the sketching plane. The sketching plane defines the bottom elevation of the wall.

  3. Click Sketch 2D .

  4. Select objects in the model that you want to see when sketching the wall paths in the 2-D environment.

  5. Click Draw .

  6. In the 2-D environment, turn off (no check mark) Tools > Maintain Relationships. By clearing this option, each line segment that you draw becomes its own wall.

    As an alternative to turning off Maintain Relationships, you can delete the relationship handles at the segment end points after you have finished placing the segments in order to create multiple walls.

  7. In the 2-D environment, draw the path of the walls.

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

  9. Click Finish.

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

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

  12. Click Finish.

    The software places the walls in the model.

  13. The software maintains the same sketching plane and prompts you to select references for the next wall. Go back to step 4.

    -OR-

    Click Cancel to return to the main ribbon to define a new sketching plane. Go back to step 2.

If you draw more than one wall path in the 2-D environment, the walls will move as a single unit if you move any of the walls regardless of whether or not the walls are connected to each other. If you will need to move any of the walls individually, you must draw that wall's path in the 2-D environment by itself.