Documentation for Arcon Evo and 3D Architect Home Designer software

Getting Started Manuals

 

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Reference Manuals

 

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Brochures

 

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How-To Guides & Advanced Techniques

 

  1. Adding objects to the database
  2. Changing the 2D display of a 3D object
  3. Inserting 3d models from other sources
  4. Amending heights of individual walls
  5. Merging multiple roof structures
  6. Adding another building to the plan
  7. Creating a split level building (Arcon Evo)
  8. Creating a split level building (3D Architect)
  9. Creating and managing layered wall structures
  10. Stretching a section of a building using numeric input
  11. Snap settings – snapping to the correct layer
  12. Amending the background colour and landscape layer (3D Design Mode)
  13. Adding railing / border object to the floor plan
  14. Creating Elevations and Plan sets in Arcon Evo (Download PDF)
  15. Plan mode in 3D Architect software
  16. Floors & Layers Manager in Arcon Evo (Download PDF)
  17. Drawing bay windows (Download PDF)
  18. Add a material area to wall (Download PDF)
  19. Importing Sketchup models from Trimble 3D Warehouse (Download PDF)
  20. Creating a sash window (Download PDF)
  21. Importing DXF/DWG files (Download PDF)
  22. Importing Building Regs drawings (Download PDF)
  23. Changing 3D object symbol (Download PDF)
  24. Edit title block in Arcon Evo (Download PDF)
  25. Floor height dialog Arcon Evo
  26. Floor height dialog 3D Architect
  27. How to draw a scale bar (Download PDF)
  28. How to export your drawing to PDF (Download PDF)
  29. Exporting 3DS files from Arcon Evo in to Twinmotion 2020 (Download PDF)
  30. Adding a glazed roof lantern to your design
  31. Texture Import Assistant
  32. Adding a beam at a different level to ceiling height
  33. Drawing a cross-section of building