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cougarfan32
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Registered: ‎12-30-2008
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Re: Drawing an angled wall

12-30-2008 01:31 PM in reply to: cougarfan32
The building is round so there is a curve in the room and that curve is at a 15 degree angle.
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sadkuh
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Registered: ‎03-04-2008
Message 12 of 16 (131 Views)

Re: Drawing an angled wall

12-30-2008 01:41 PM in reply to: cougarfan32
When you say a 15 degree angle, you don't happen to mean a 15' radius, do you?
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Message 13 of 16 (131 Views)

Re: Drawing an angled wall

12-30-2008 01:44 PM in reply to: cougarfan32

If I remember my trig I still need a length and/or
a radius.

 

Sounds like the best solution would be to use a
"sweep".

 

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cougarfan32
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Registered: ‎12-30-2008
Message 14 of 16 (131 Views)

Re: Drawing an angled wall

12-30-2008 01:45 PM in reply to: cougarfan32
Yes radius... thank you. Do you know how I can do that?
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Message 15 of 16 (131 Views)

Re: Drawing an angled wall

12-30-2008 01:52 PM in reply to: cougarfan32

Draw a 2D profile of the wall you want to generate
(like a section view).

Now draw a pathway that you want the wall to
follow.

Select "Extrude, sweep or revolve" to generate your
wall section along the curve of your path.

 

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l_antonythomas
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Registered: ‎11-27-2006
Message 16 of 16 (131 Views)

Re: Drawing an angled wall

01-04-2009 12:38 AM in reply to: cougarfan32
Draw the wall in 15 deg and use UCS command and type E (for Entity) then select the wall. Now the drawing is rotated straight line to the wall.



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