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Mapping materials to xrefs 2 Replies

Greetings,As you can see from the attached image, the mapping for the metal roofs is not working. The mapping in the reference drawings is just fine, but when xrefed into another drawing the orientation of the mapping is lost.In AR4 there was an…Continue

Started by Jeff Waymack in AutoCAD. Last reply by Jeff Waymack 1 hour ago.

Barber Furniture Model 8 Replies

Hi, folks!Does anyone know a website where I can download free model furniture for barbershop? Specifically chair vintage style?Thank you all.Continue

Started by Wallace Amorim Júnior in AutoCAD. Last reply by Jan Verzelen 1 hour ago.

adding shaped hedges in nxt- 6 Replies

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Started by mike makki in AutoCAD. Last reply by mike makki 4 hours ago.

Manual fo nXtRender 4 Replies

Greetings,Is there a manual for nXtRender? I am looking for something that explains all the aspects of nXtRender and the Material Editor. I purchased the ebook version Rendering with AutoCAD using nXtRender and also viewed all the videos (same on…Continue

Started by Jeff Waymack in AutoCAD. Last reply by norton torres 22 hours ago.

Viewpoint for perspective 3 Replies

Hmmm...seems I keep thinking of AR4Is there a way to set the viewpoint and the target? I also seem to remember that you could set the width of the view in AR4.Also can you choose what objects you want to render instead of the whole model? Does…Continue

Started by Jeff Waymack in AutoCAD. Last reply by norton torres 22 hours ago.

North 1 Reply

How do you go about setting north on your model?Continue

Started by Jeff Waymack in AutoCAD. Last reply by Roy Hirshkowitz yesterday.

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Jeff Waymack replied to Jeff Waymack's discussion Mapping materials to xrefs
"Thanks to everyone for all the support! Mike, while I will have to experiment, the issue is that the mapping changes when the model (a building) is xrefed into the site plan. In the building model it is just fine. Jeff"
1 hour ago
Jan Verzelen replied to Wallace Amorim Júnior's discussion Barber Furniture Model
"or install this skp plugin and use tons of free models from the 3d warehouse"
1 hour ago
mike makki replied to mike makki's discussion adding shaped hedges in nxt-
"make a box 3m x 0.7mx0.9m high ,load from cgtextures.com under nature-hedges maps and makes a displacement map with height."
4 hours ago
akinlolu olugboji replied to Wallace Amorim Júnior's discussion Barber Furniture Model
"The link I sent all have their models free, so search, you are bound to see something you can use. "
8 hours ago
akinlolu olugboji replied to mike makki's discussion adding shaped hedges in nxt-
".........and the Hedges?"
8 hours ago
mike makki replied to Jeff Waymack's discussion Mapping materials to xrefs
"select each roof with the orientation  where the roof tiles (or stands seams) and map from the icon. in materials.do that for every roof... bear in mind you may need to have each roof with a texture map of its own.... it might be the same…"
9 hours ago
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Mapping materials to xrefs

Greetings,As you can see from the attached image, the mapping for the metal roofs is not working. The mapping in the reference drawings is just fine, but when xrefed into another drawing the orientation of the mapping is lost.In AR4 there was an option to assign a material to object and set the mapping to the direction desired. Then when these drawings were xrefed in, the original mapping would be preserved.Is there a way to do this in xNt?Thanks,JeffSee More
11 hours ago
norton torres replied to Wallace Amorim Júnior's discussion Barber Furniture Model
"try a revit block and imported to autocad"
22 hours ago

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