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Hi,

i don't think the the picture shown above, is a freeform modeled room.

 

I think and hope thats are improved walls with more abilities.

I looks like this year, we get wall-layers following complex forms and fully

modeled direct to the inserted window (inside: red layer and outside: blue layer),

which is a great success for a much better 3D presentation of the model.

 

Hope we also get the calculation formulas (for the tables) for those complex layers / forms.

 

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The direct modeling abilites for stairs are also very welcome.

I hope they didn't stop to implement this tech only at the stair tool.

This tech (click and drag) could also also be handy to manipulate walls, windows, doors ...

  

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On 9/7/2021 at 10:30 AM, JuanP said:

With Vectorworks 2022, we continue to make great advancements in our support of your 3D and BIM workflows. With a continued focus on re-engineering and modernization of core architectural objects and data reporting to support the creation of precise BIM models, Vectorworks 2022 offers workflow improvements for greater precision, control, and accuracy for both the visual model and the corresponding data.

 

 

Any specifics at all available here?

Are their changes to how walls and windows work?

We can see some updates to the stair tool - is that just some control handles on the stair object as we know it - or is it a new tool all together?

 

These Teasers are not as much fun as last year....  Feed the beast.

 

 

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From what I read, directly talk with the GPU (metal/directX), multicore and VGM upgrades, it seems that VW 2022 will also be great for old PC's. I think that by upgrading from v2012 you will receive a gigantic performance improvement. The adjusted hardware requirements are more focused towards Redshift rendering, which is more GPU intensive. I guess we will find out when the 2022 (trail) gets released.

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4 hours ago, unearthed said:

Oh well, I'll almost certainly stay  with 2012, especially after reading the hardware reqs, unless I can find a 2018 license.

 

Still too many bells and whistles and no evidence of many of the norms in the CAD world.

Guess it depends on your workflow.  If the line tool is the only tool you are using - then you might be right.  But despite the griping and complaining - there have been some big improvements in the last 10 years. 

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12 hours ago, unearthed said:

Oh well, I'll almost certainly stay  with 2012, especially after reading the hardware reqs, unless I can find a 2018 license.

 

Still too many bells and whistles and no evidence of many of the norms in the CAD world.

@unearthedCan you cite some examples of the "many of the norms in the CAD world" which you deem to be missing?

 

 

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