COLUMNS & MEMBERS

COLUMNS & MEMBERS

Lengthen to Fence for Members and Framing

Lengthen to Fence for Members and Framing Video: https://youtu.be/QvCG6aO-8BE Instructions from Video: For today’s tooltip, we will review “Lengthen to Fence” feature for members. This feature allows you to lengthen one or a group of members at the same time to a new...

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Member Tallys

Member Tallys Video: https://youtu.be/1YkauFOqb30 Instructions from Video: When you insert a member into a drawing you will want to know the overall length of that member and what purchase length you require to order. For some members like a 2x4, we need the length to...

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Lengthen Member (Video)

Lengthen Member (Video)

Have you have inserted a series of members, as an example joists, and then need to make all of them longer or shorter? Select one of them, then right click and select Select All Similar, to select all joists, now right click again and select Lengthen to Fence. Left...

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Adjust Member to Plane (Video)

Adjust Member to Plane (Video)

Once a member is inserted it can be adjusted to match the plane of another surface. For example, you insert a frieze board and want to align it to match the gable end of a wall. Left click to select the board, right click and select Adjust to Plane. Left click on the...

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Using Members as Alternate Objects (Video)

Using Members as Alternate Objects (Video)

The member command in Envisioneer is very versatile -- a member can be any size, shape and made from any material. So think outside the box and when you need a tiled backsplash, make a member the equivalent height and thickness and then pick points on its insertion to...

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Elevating & Sloping Members (Video)

Elevating & Sloping Members (Video)

When you insert elements into a model using Cadsoft software, the bottom area of the screen will always prompt you with directions, this area is referred to as the "Commander" area. When you insert a member, the Commander will prompt you to "Pick first insertion...

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