Use QuickDraw to quickly create and edit rectangular and L-shaped rooms and buildings.
Accessing the Command
Quad Tab: Model
Ribbon Tab | Panel: Model|Create 3D
The layout of the QuickDraw cursor represents the room being created:
Left to right: placed freely, aligned with one existing walls, aligned with two existing walls.
Current settings: Room Height: 3000, Wall Width: 250, Slab Thickness: 250
Select first point or [room Height/wall Width/slab Thickness/Auto adopt sizes]: (Select a point to define the first corner of the room or choose an option.)
Select second point: (Select the a point to define the opposite corner of the room.)
Sets the height of the room. The height is saved to the Default Room Height system variable and will be used until set differently.
Default room height = 3000 mm
The height of the exterior walls = Room Height + Slab Thickness.
Sets the width of the walls being created. The width is saved to the Default Wall Width system variable and will be used until set differently.
Default wall width = 250 mm.
Sets the slab thickness of the room. The thickness is saved to the Default Slab Thickness system variable and will be used until set differently.
Default slab thickness = 250 mm.
|Select first point||
Defines the first corner of a room.
|Select second point||
Defines the opposite corner of a room.
When creating the exterior walls of a building, do one of the following:
When creating rooms:
|Auto adopt sizes||
Allows to copy the wall width and room height from an existing wall, thus overriding the value of the Default Room Height and Default Wall Width system variables.
Auto adopt sizes On/OFF <On> - choose an option.
Note: The value of Auto adopt sizes is reset to ON when you close and restart BimQuickDraw.
Hover the cursor over the icon () to see the options:
Click an icon to add a new story or to finish the building with a flat roof.
PolySolid - Creates wall-like or pitched roof 3D solids.
BimConnect - Creates an L-connection between minor faces of two solids.
BimRoom - Creates BIM Room entities.