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Great to see Ideal standard putting 3d assets in native VW format on their website (alongside RFA files) which makes it nice and easy to specify the product 🙂 https://www.idealspec.co.uk/catalogue/bluebook/wcs/back-to-wall/studio-back-to-wall-wc-suite_p60.html Not so great; the wc pan I'd like to use (E8016 studio BTW) isn't there 😞 Also, 3d asset for E7922 (01) as downloaded from VW service select library; 2d and 3d don't seem to be aligned
Recently created some VW2018 assets using 3d IGES data as downloaded from Morgan Furniture (UK) 'Seville' range (www.morganfurniture.co.uk/collection/seville). It took a little while so I thought I'd share the benefit. Process followed to create them: 2d & 3d data is 'as imported' from the Manufacturer (IGES/ IGS files), ie. not edited or optimized (beware, in some instances the 3d and 2d plans differ slightly in overall size) Objects & symbols on class 'none' & texture as 'Texture-1' Insertion point/ origin located to the front centre of 3d object Symbol created for each furniture item Feedback/ constructive comments very much appreciated! PS - I produced these for my own use so have tried to make them as easy to use and accurate as I can. If you decide to use them, please satisfy yourself that they reflect the products; you use the data at your own risk. 20181117_Morgan_Seville.vwx
Creating furniture, eg. sofas etc. as native VW symbols/ assets; Manufacturer provides 3ds, igs & dwg, and Revit. Previously used 3ds files which worked reasonably well but wondering if igs is more effective?
Interested to know of experiences in using 3d sanitaryware assets in vectorworks, good or bad?! For UK specification but interested also in global experience. Finding it not so easy to get good quality native 3d vectorworks content. Anyone would think Revit is the only 3d software; are there so many more Revit than vectorworks users?!