Creating a Plan Drawing

Embark on a journey into the realms of architectural design as we learn how to masterfully craft construction and roof plans using the ConDoc Configurator. This guided learning experience will teach you how to create detailed plans, manage various views, and manipulate line weights with ease and precision. By the end of this hands-on tutorial, you will be equipped with the knowledge and skills to proficiently create, interpret, and manage construction and roof plans.

Specifically, you will learn:

  1. Creating a Construction Plan: We will begin by detailing how to create a construction plan with features such as interior and exterior walls with different hatches, doors, and windows with distinct line weights.
  2. Constructing a Roof Plan: After mastering the construction plan, we will proceed to create a roof plan. This unique perspective offers a bird's-eye view of the model, with walls represented as dashed lines for visual appeal.
  3. Using the ConDoc Configurator: Throughout the process, we will leverage the capabilities of the ConDoc configurator, from managing viewports and stacking orders to modifying section planes and other features.
  4. Complex Model Creation: As we delve deeper, you will get to practice setting up more complex models, hatching walls, and adjusting render settings to ensure your plan is robust and comprehensive.
  5. Creating a Drawing Set: Lastly, we will save our model and run the plans, allowing you to see your progress and identify any errors that might have occurred during the process.

At the end of this tutorial, you will have a firm understanding of how to create construction and roof plans using the ConDoc configurator. From creating comprehensive construction plans to constructing intricate roof plans, you will be well-equipped with the skills necessary to make your mark in the architectural design space.

Throughout the tutorial, don't forget that the learning process involves trial and error, and you will become more proficient as you gain hands-on experience with the tool.  Keep exploring, keep learning, and above all, continue creating. Happy designing!