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Curtain Wall Frames

Frames are placed along the Scheme Grid when you create the Curtain Wall. The Curtain Wall’s pattern of Frames and Panels can be defined in Scheme Settings. (See Set up Grid Pattern in Scheme Settings.) •A Frame must be joined to another Frame at both ends (it cannot ...

Curtain Wall Frames

Frames are placed along the Scheme Grid when you create the Curtain Wall. The Curtain Wall’s pattern of Frames and Panels can be defined in Scheme Settings. (See Set up Grid Pattern in Scheme Settings.) •A Frame must be joined to another Frame at both ends (it cannot ...

Curtain Wall Frames

Frames are placed along the Scheme Grid when you create the Curtain Wall. The Curtain Wall’s pattern of Frames and Panels can be defined in Scheme Settings. (See Set up Grid Pattern in Scheme Settings.) •A Frame must be joined to another Frame at both ends (it cannot ...

Curtain Wall Frames

Frames are placed along the Scheme Grid when you create the Curtain Wall. The Curtain Wall’s pattern of Frames and Panels can be defined ...

Curtain Wall System Settings

Use System-level editing to set up or edit the Curtain Wall element as a whole, using a single dialog box. Open Curtain Wall Default ...

Curtain Wall Listing Parameters

Parameter Short Description Long Description   Curtain Wall Slant Angle Slant Angle of the Curtain Wall. Same value as the General “Slant Angle" parameter.   Curtain Wall Length Length of ...

Curtain Wall Components

Reference Line The Reference Line is the original input line/polyline/arc you draw in the window. If you use a Boundary method to create a ...

Curtain Wall Edit Mode

Use Edit mode to access and change the individual members of a selected Curtain Wall, or to add new custom members to it. In Edit mode, each Curtain Wall member (Scheme, Frame, Panel, Accessory, Junction) has its own Settings dialog box and its own tool, so you can modify settings and ...

Curtain Wall Edit Mode

Use Edit mode to access and change the individual members of a selected Curtain Wall, or to add new custom members to it. In Edit mode, each Curtain Wall member (Scheme, Frame, Panel, Accessory, Junction) has its own Settings dialog box and its own tool, so you can modify settings and ...

Curtain Wall Edit Mode

Use Edit mode to access and change the individual members of a selected Curtain Wall, or to add new custom members to it. In Edit mode, each Curtain Wall member (Scheme, Frame, Panel, Accessory, Junction) has its own Settings dialog box and its own tool, so you can modify settings and ...