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*Mike Maloney
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Wall Mounted 3D Text

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08-01-2008 09:42 AM
Any ideas how to make? For High School name Placard

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Mike Maloney
RAC 2009
ACA 2008
Navisworks 5.5
*Jeff Hanson \(Autodesk\)
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Re: Wall Mounted 3D Text

08-01-2008 10:37 AM in reply to: *Mike Maloney
Use the model text function. If used from an elevation view you can select
the plane of the wall for the work plane of the model text.

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Jeff Hanson
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"Mike Maloney" wrote in message
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Any ideas how to make? For High School name Placard

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Mike Maloney
RAC 2009
ACA 2008
Navisworks 5.5
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Re: Wall Mounted 3D Text

08-02-2008 03:58 AM in reply to: *Mike Maloney
Another technique is to use a Decal which is an image file placed on a Decal background attached to the face or workplane in your model. The Decal only displays when the model is rendered.

Using model text limits you to any TT text font, but does show up in all views whether hidden line, shaded and rendered.

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*Mike Maloney
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Re: Wall Mounted 3D Text

08-05-2008 04:24 AM in reply to: *Mike Maloney
Thanks Guys, I'll try both and report back.

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Mike Maloney
RAC 2009
ACA 2008
Navisworks 5.5


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Another technique is to use a Decal which is an image file placed on a Decal
background attached to the face or workplane in your model. The Decal only
displays when the model is rendered.

Using model text limits you to any TT text font, but does show up in all
views whether hidden line, shaded and rendered.

Mel Persin, AIA
AEC Technology Consultant
Technology to Visualize and Realize Solutions
Modeling for the Future/Drafting in the Present/Building on the Past
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Re: Wall Mounted 3D Text

09-05-2012 05:25 PM in reply to: *Mike Maloney

Você pode criar uma familia de "perfil" colocando o decalque da placa de fundo, inserindo uma imagem da mesma, após isso você pode salvar essa familia. Na hora de modelar, criar parede, editar perfil da parede. Na familia de perfil copie o decalque, e cole no perfil de parede que está sendo editado, finalize a edição e voua la!

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