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87 downloadsAdjustable lidded box. The box can be resized and the lid height and offset can be set. Features: Textures of lid will adjust with lid rim A printed logo will replace the label holder if space gets tight (Adjust or replace the texture to change the placeholder logo) dimensions are always outer dimensions, regardless of lid offset (box will shrink if lid offset is increased) Box and drum insertion reference is always front for convenient placement on a shelf Textures and label holder symbol are contained within the marionette script so it fully supports cut/copy/paste between documents "Reset on Move" is OFF
296 downloadsPopulating empty wardrobes has never been easier. This Marionette will add a clothes rail, complete with coat hangers and even some garments, to your wardrobe. Features: Clothes Rail is placed at correct distance from top of shelf space Choose from a variety of rail types and rails supports (HETTICH) Coat hangers can be placed (with custom spacing) - option Random rotation of coat hangers - option Random deviation from set spacing - option Random garments can be placed - option Show shelf cage - option Supports copying and pasting between documents Automatic filtering for garments that are too long for the given space "Reset on Move" is OFF Integrates with interiorcad cabinets and can be configured from within. Will resize with parent box. Known Issues: Garment lift height filtering is not currently possible as popup menus cannot receive dynamic content. Don't use a garment lift in a cabinet that cannot accommodate it. Kinda makes sense. Some notes on how to use this Marionette: All symbols and miscellaneous geometry is contained within the Control Geometry of this Marionette. The clothes included are courtesy of archive3d.net and free to use in commercial or personal work. If you want to put this Marionette to good use, I recommend you purchase some proper high-quality CGI content from the usual sources on the web and replace the ones I have included. (The textures also need some love.) To replace the garments, right-click the Marionette and choose "Edit Control Geometry". Find the group with the garments. DO NOT UNDER ANY CIRCUMSTANCES UNGROUP ANYTHING. Enter the group with the garments. In there, you will find all the clothes symbols. Start replacing at your heart's content. You're safe to do so as long as you stay within the group. Enjoy.
Hi all, I have just updated the books. What's new: All books are now contained within the object. You can freely copy and paste the books from file to file without issue Only available for Vectorworks 2018 Known Issues Please allow for the Marionette to regenerate when you make a change for the first time after pasting/duplicating. Subsequent changes will run fast for the same object but with each new copy that process starts again. Currently, all parameters are set to default values after each regeneration. I will update this once this has been resolved. Download
Stephan Moenninghoff posted a topic in MarionetteHi all, here is a little preview of some new functionality that we want to integrate into interiorcad 2018. With more and more VWX users now developing their own Marionettes, we thought it would be nice to integrate Marionette objects into interiorcad cabinets. This is merely a working prototype but we hope to get this ready for the next major version upgrade. Stay tuned and for those interiorcad users out there: now is the time to craft your own Marionettes :-) Enjoy --Stephan Marionette_interiorcad.mp4
rDesign posted a topic in General DiscussionEver since I saw this 'Drilling 3d' tool shown around 3m45s in Episode 13: Integration of Renderworks in Vectorworks, I've been trying to find it in 2017 without any luck. Is this a localization-provided tool? It would be extremely useful for light fixtures that penetrate a ceiling, so that you don't have to manually boolean a hole out of it. It also shows a tool palette that I have not seen before, is this only available to Designer? Thanks.