Dibac for sketchup народная лицензия

Dibac for sketchup народная лицензия

These are all the functions available for the ‘Wall’ tool:

1.1. Wall thickness

To change its thickness, simply type in the desired measurement and press the ENTER key to confirm.

1.2. How to draw a wall

Once the WALL tool has been selected and the THICKNESS changed, click wherever you want to start drawing the wall. Indicate this by moving the mouse in that direction, type in the length and confirm with the ENTER key.

As well as typing the LENGTH you can change the THICKNESS at the same time depending on how you want your wall to be.

Once you are creating the wall you can type LENGTH; THICKNESS and confirm with the ENTER key.

Once the first wall is complete, the cursor should remain attached to its top corner indicated by a colored dot. When you finish creating walls, press ESCAPE in order to detach it.

1.3. Changing the attachment point

To change the attachment point, press the TAB button repeatedly until the desired point is reached.

1.4. Blocking inferences

Like SketchUp, when we are creating a wall, we can block its direction by holding down the SHIFT key.

Once it is blocked on an axe with SHIFT, we can align the wall in relation to other points of the drawing and confirm by clicking.

1.5. Deleting a wall

Click on the SketchUp DELETE tool. If you delete whilst moving over a wall and pressing the ALT key, that wall will be deleted and the rest of the walls will adjust themselves automatically.

1.6. Drawing a wall with a determined angle

To draw a wall which is not orthogonal and which has a defined angle, we first have to create an auxiliary line with the SketchUp PROTACTOR tool.

2. PARALLEL WALLS

These are the options available for the ‘Parallel Wall‘ tool:

2.1. Parallel wall thickness

Once the PARALLEL WALL tool has been selected, the THICKNESS of the wall that we are going to create appears in the box of values.

To change the thickness of the wall, type in the desired measurement and confirm with the ENTER key.

2.2. How to draw a parallel wall

Once the PARALLEL WALL tool has been selected and the THICKNESS has been changed, click on the interior/exterior edge of the wall (we would click on the interior edge when the parallel wall goes inwards and on the exterior edge when the wall goes outwards), move the mouse in the direction that the new wall will go, type in the distance and confirm with the ENTER key.

As well as typing the distance between walls, you can change the THICKNESS of the new wall at the same time. Simply type DISTANCE; THICKNESS and confirm with the ENTER key.

2.3. Changing the attachment point (distance between walls)

When creating the parallel wall press TAB to change the attachment point. This way we can either create a free distance between the interior edges of the walls or we can ensure that the marked distance includes the measurement of the new wall.

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2.4. Repeating the previous parallel wall

Once you have created the first parallel wall with a determined distance, to create one with the same distance, click on the wall from which you want to start from and, as you are indicating the direction with the cursor, double click. The second parallel wall will be made at the same distance as the previous one.

This action can be repeated with more parallel walls.

3. EXTENDING WALLS

These are all the functions available for the Extend Wall tool:

3.1. How does Extend Wall work?

To extend or shorten a wall select the “Extend Wall” tool and move towards one of the edges of the wall that you want to lengthen (close to the edge but not on top of it), click once, extend the wall to the desired point and click again to confirm.

4. DOORS

These are the options available for the Door tool

4.1. Door settings

Dibac doors are dynamic components that allow doors of any measurement to be created with the configuration of the following options:

Panel 1: The measurement of the width of the first panel.

Panel 2: The measurement of the width of the second panel. We will only use this measurement if we want a double door. If the door has only one panel, this value must be 0.

Alignment: Indicates the percentage of the placement on the width of the wall. If the value is 0% the door will be interior. If the value that we indicate is 100%, the door will be placed on the exterior of the wall. A value of 50% will place the door in the center of the thickness of the wall.

Height: The measurement of the height of the door.

4.2. Insertion points (endpoint and central)

Once we have accepted the different parameters of the door, the cursor will show a preview of it.

There are two possible insertion points: Endpoint and Central. To change from one point to another we press the TAB key.

4.3. Placement of doors

Free placement:

Once we have accepted the parameters of the door, move it towards the wall, wait for it to turn magenta and click to place it where we want it. Provided that it is magenta, we will be able to place the door.

Changing the opening direction:

To make the door open on the left or on the right, move the cursor into an empty section of the drawing and click to change the opening direction of the door.

Changing the direction of the door:

To make the door open inwards or outwards, simply move the door towards the interior or exterior edge of the wall.

Centered in the wall:

To place a door in the center of the wall, it is first necessary to have the insertion point in the center (press the TAB key to change the insertion point).

When we approach the wall to place the door and the door becomes magenta, press the CONTROL key and we can see that the door becomes blocked in the center of the wall. Click to confirm.

Note: If we move our cursor over the left side of the wall, the door will open on the left side; if we move our cursor over the right side of the wall, the door will open on the right side.

4.4. Elevation and forcing a distance

Observe that below, in the SketchUp measurements box we can introduce two values: ELEVATION; FORCE.

ELEVATION: The distance of the entire door in relation to the ground (By defect 0) (Not to be confused with the height of the door in its initial parameters)

FORCE: Force the door to a fixed distance from the nearest corner.

IMPORTANT: In order for the FORCE option to work, the insertion point of the door must be at the endpoint (this is changed with the TAB key).

PRACTICAL EXAMPLE

As an example we are going to elevate the door to a height of 10 cm. in relation to the floor and we are also going to force its placement to 30 cm. in relation to the wall:

Select the door tool icon and, before placing it, type the values in directly and confirm with the ENTER key. The format of introduction is (elevation; force), that is to say, we type 0.10; 0.30 and confirm with the ENTER key. You will see that our measurements have been saved in the measurements box.

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Important: in order to force the door to the chosen measurement we must press and hold the CONTROL key (CTRL).

Place the door on the side of the wall upon which it will open and, when it becomes magenta, press CTRL (this will force the placement to the chosen measurement). In our case, it will be placed at 30 cm. in relation to the nearest corner. Click to affix it.

In floor plan the elevation won’t be apparent, but when we construct it in 3D we will see that the door is 10 cm. from the floor.

Note: If we only want to use the FORCE function, the value of ELEVATION must be 0, that is to say, we introduce (0; 0.30) and we press ENTER. If we only want to use the ELEVATION value, we only need to introduce the first value (0.10) and press ENTER.

4.5. Deleting doors or creating openings

Delete a door and reconstruct the wall

Click on the SketchUp DELETE tool. If you delete whilst moving over the door and pressing the ALT key, the door will be deleted and the wall will be reconstructed.

Create an opening

Place a door in the space where you want the opening and simply delete the door to create the opening.

You can do this with the SketchUp DELETE tool or with the DEL key of the keyboard (first select the door that you want to delete). The door will be deleted and will leave an opening in the space where it used to be.

4.6. Substituting one door for another

To place a new door, with different measurements, in the same place where there is already a door, simply click on the DOORS tool, select the new measurements, and position the cursor over the existing door. It will turn magenta, click to confirm the placement and the existing door will be replaced by the new one.

5. WINDOWS

These are the options available for the Window tool:

5.1. Window settings

Dibac windows are dynamic components that allow windows of any measurement to be created with the configuration of the following options:

5.2. Insertion points (endpoint and central)

Once we have accepted the different parameters of the window, the cursor will show a preview of it.

There are two possible insertion points: Endpoint and central. To change from one point to another we press the TAB key.

Endpoint:

The insertion point will be on one of the lateral vertexes of the window.

Central point:

The insertion point will be in the center of the window.

5.3. Placement of windows

Free placement:

Once we have accepted the parameters of the window, move it towards the wall, wait for it to turn magenta and click to place it where we want it. Provided that it is magenta, we will be able to place the window.

Changing the traction point:

ONLY WHEN OUR INSERTION POINT IS ON THE ENDPOINT (press TAB to change this). We can pick up the window from either the right or left side. Simply move the cursor over an empty part of the drawing and click to change the traction point.

Changing the direction of the window:

To position the window on one side or another of the wall simply move the window towards the interior or exterior edge of the wall.

5.4. Elevation and force

Observe that below, in the SketchUp measurements box we can introduce two values: ELEVATION; FORCE.

ELEVATION: The distance of the entire window in relation to the ground (By defect 0) (Not to be confused with the height of the window in its initial parameters)

FORCE: Force the window to a fixed distance from the nearest corner.

IMPORTANT: In order for the FORCE option to work, the insertion point of the window must be at the endpoint (this is changed with the TAB key).

PRACTICAL EXAMPLE

As an example we are going to elevate the window to a height of 120 cm. in relation to the floor and we are also going to force its placement to 30 cm. in relation to the wall.

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Select the window tool icon and, before placing of introduction is (elevation; force), that is to say, we type 1.20; 0.30 and confirm with the ENTER key. You will see that our measurements have been saved in the measurements box.

IMPORTANT: in order to force the window to the chosen measurement we must press and hold the CONTROL key (CTRL).

Place the window on the correct side of the wall and, when it becomes magenta, press CTRL (this will force the placement to the chosen measurement). In our case, it will be placed at 30 cm. in relation to the nearest corner. Click to affix it.

In floor plan the elevation won’t be apparent, but when we construct it in 3D we will see that the window is 120 cm. from the floor.

NOTE: If we only want to use the FORCE function, the value of ELEVATION must be 0, that is to say, we introduce (0; 0.30) and we press ENTER.

If we only want to use the ELEVATION value, we only need to introduce the first value (1.20) and press ENTER.

5.5. Deleting windows

Delete a window and reconstruct the wall

Click on the SketchUp DELETE tool. Keep the ALT key held down and delete the window. You will see that, as well as deleting the window, the wall has been rebuilt.

Delete a window and DO NOT reconstruct the wall

You can do this with the SketchUp DELETE tool or with the DEL key of the keyboard (first select the window that you want to delete). The window will be deleted and will leave an opening in the space where it used to be.

5.6. Substituting one window for another

To place a new window, with different measurements, in the same place where there is already a window, simply click on the WINDOWS tool, select the new measurements, and position the cursor over the existing window. It will turn magenta, click to confirm the placement and the existing window will be replaced by the new one.

5.7. Placing a window that covers the measurement of a wall

When placing a window, move towards the desired wall and the window will turn magenta.

Before confirming the placement, hold down the SHIFT key and it will remain magenta but will cover the entire wall. At this point, click to place the window, which will cover the entire length of the wall.

6. SELECTING CUSTOM JOINERY

Any component that is to be placed on a wall (door, window, closet…) is considered joinery. Dibac allows us to use any self-owned joinery which we may have created or downloaded from, for example, 3D Warehouse.

Press the Select Joinery tool and our computer’s browser will open. Search for the component and open it. We will see that the cursor shows us a preview in which a section of the component is shown.

This component has the same functions and properties of any of Dibac’s joinery (door, window, or closet)

IMPORTANT: To avoid problems, the covering of the component should only contain the model, that is to say, it mustn’t contain any external geometry or auxiliary lines.

If we are faced with a component that has been created with an incorrect covering, we can explode it and recreate it by simply selecting that the geometry of the joinery becomes contained within the component.

If we have downloaded a component from the gallery and the covering is correct but the axes are NOT correctly positioned, we can change them without having to explode the component.

Right click on the component and select the option CHANGE AXES.

6.1. How to create a ‘Dibac Ready’ component?

With the choose joinery tool we can place any component on a wall. But in order for everything to function correctly, we must first make sure that the axes of the component are correctly positioned.

We now have a component which is fully prepared and ready to be assigned to any wall with the tool SELECT JOINERY.

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