9 Jul Welcome to ‘s Learning the Basics with Chief Architect. Chief is a Head on over to Chief Architect website and watch their beginners video. . Using X2 – We show you all the tricks for making a Bay Window. 7 Jul I have been putting together a book on Chief Architect X3. I am writing the book in the form of a tutorial. I beleive that this Chief Architect X2. All other trademarks and copyrights are the property of Chief Architect, Inc. or custom libraries on your computer that you created using Chief Architect X2, this This House Design Tutorial shows you how to get started on a design project.
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Convert 2D shapes into a variety of 3D objects. I would love a copy. Where to draw a custom ceiling plane – inside or outside of the room’s wall?
Utilizing the Project Browser. Five Dining Room Octagon Ceiling. I hope to have the book finished in the near future. Creating Exterior Dimensions Automatically. It is my goal that the user, when finished going through aechitect of the exercises in the book, will be able to use Chief Architect efficiently and productively in producing a set of plans for a residential or light construction project.
Fillet and Chamfer Tools. Adding Detail to Cross Section Views. Raising and Lowering Roof Planes. Using the Find in Plan Feature.
Productivity Tips – Creating and Using Templates.
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All times are GMT Creating a Dynamic Wall Legend. Using a Framing Reference. Using Formuals in Materials Lists. Text and Arrow Tools.
Using the Reference Display Layer Set. Drawing a Barrel Roof. Set page size and print your layout to a printer or plotter, or save it as a digital PDF document. Just want the DVD version? The Chief Architect Interface. Importing Terrain Elevation Data. Roofs Over Curved Walls. Chic Cottage Building Project. Setting the Minimum Alcove. Editing the Skylight Curb and Shaft. Use the Text tools to place text, add Callouts and Markers, and learn how text macros can automate your text labels. Creating Layouts and Construction Documents.
Using the Trim tutorixl Extend Commands. Results 1 to 15 of Testimonials I really appreciate being able to go to your website and watch a recorded session to figure out how to fix something or add a detail that is something new.
Working with the Toolbars. Drawing a Suspended Ceiling with Grid and Tile. Rather or not it gets published remains to be seen. It is so nice to be able to sit at my desk, log in, listen and learn! Placing Electrical Symbols and Circuits. Use the roof directives to automatically generate hip, gable, shed, gambrel, gull wing, half chiief, or dutch gable conditions.
Using the Gable-Roof Line Tool. Finding and Placing Library Objects. Plan and Layout Templates.
Cropping Images and PDF boxes. Saving and Restoring Camera Views.
Create complete construction documents by sending plan views, elevation and camera views, or detail views to a layout page. Quick Tip – Walkthrough Video.
Adding a Deck with a Roof and Ceiling. Create realistic images using Chief Architect’s built-in Ray Trace engine; learn how to customize the lighting and materials to create the perfect scene.