Working Drawings: Exterior Elevations CMCE 1110 Construction Drawings

Working Drawings: Exterior Elevations CMCE 1110 Construction Drawings

Working Drawings: Exterior Elevations CMCE 1110 Construction Drawings Professor Anderson Gordon Matta Clark, Splitting 1974 Building Cuts Series Principles of Orthographic Projection

Principles of Orthographic Projection Escherick House Louis Kahn, 1959-1961 204 Sunrise Lane, Philadelphia, PA SECOND FLOOR PLAN FIRST FLOOR PLAN

Autocad Techniques Tools we have learned: Line and X-Lines Offset

Extend/Trim Fillet Copy/Paste Ortho Mode and Polar Tracking Object Snap

Layers and Color Styles Line-types Dimensioning Paper Space vs Model Space Viewports Arc Ellipse Blocks Leaders

Notes Hatch Leaders and Notes Leader creates a line the connect annotation to a feature. It is used for adding notes to a drawing. Resources: https://knowledge.autodesk.com/support/autocad/learn-explore/caas/CloudHelp /cloudhelp/2016/ENU/AutoCAD-Core/files/GUID-BC466DEE-ACD8-419A-B017-AB Multileader Editor

1 Multileader Style Manager allows you to create and modify styles used to create multileader objects. Access: Down arrow in Leaders window. Resources: https://knowledge.autodesk.com/support/autocad-civil-3d/learn-explore/caas/docu mentation/CIV3D/2012/ENU/filesACR/WS1a9193826455f5ff104d7f510f19418261-62 b0-htm.html 2

4 6 3 5 BY LAYER Set scale factor based on scale of final drawing 7

Set to 1/8 Hatches Hatches are used to fill an enclosed area or selected object with a pattern. Use hatches in section views to indicate specific materials. Also used to add patterns or shading to elevations or plans. Access: Click hatch button in Home tab or type h. Resources: https://knowledge.autodesk.com/suppor t/autocad/learn-explore/caas/CloudHelp/

cloudhelp/2015/ENU/AutoCAD-Core/files /GUID-27C104F2-B687-4025-B50B-A58E3 7329832-htm.html 1 2 Edit Hatches Hatch Creation tab pops up when the hatch command is active or when a hatch is selected. Here you can edit hatch patterns, scales, angles, origin and definition. Access: Click Option down arrow in Hatch Creation tab or type he.

OR 1 Orthographic Projection: Process 1. Copy first and second floor plans. 2. Rotate plans accordingly, per required view. 3. Align plans (stack vertically make sure outer walls align). 4. Set elevation markers in area below plans.

1 SECOND FLOOR 2 1 FIRST FLOOR 3 4 4 4 2

3 Orthographic Projection: Process 5. Vertical Lines: Use X-Lines to project features from first floor plan to elevation. 5 EXAMPLE Orthographic Projection: Process 6. (REPEAT 5) Vertical Lines: Use X-Lines to project features from second floor plan to elevation.

6 EXAMPLE 2 Orthographic Projection: Process 1 SECOND FLOOR

2 7. REPEAT steps 1 6 for next elevation. 1. Copy first and second floor plans. 2. Rotate plans accordingly, per required view. 3. Align plans (stack vertically make sure outer walls align). 4. Set elevation markers in area below plans. 1

FIRST FLOOR 3 4 4 4 3 Orthographic Projection: Process 8 8 8 8. Horizontal Lines: Create XLines to project building

regulating lines (floor heights, dimensions) from one elevation to the next. EXAMPLE Orthographic Projection: Process 9. Horizontal Lines: Create X-Lines to project features from one elevation to the next. Use known dimensions to construct remainder of elevation. Assign line wieghts/layers as applicable. 9 10. Annotation: elevation markers, notes, dimensions.

Complete Layout: Titleblock and Viewport Extra Credit!!! Assignment Specifications: Create a Dropbox folder A-004 Upload your progress drawing at the end of this class to your Dropbox folder. Name files: Last Name First Name Assignment Title.

Upload final submission *BEFORE THE START OF THE NEXT CLASS* Submit 8.5x11 plot of each drawing *AT THE START OF THE NEXT CLASS*

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