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Working with Curtain Walls: Overview

The Curtain Wall is a single element consisting of Frame, Panel, Accessory and Junction components: these are the Members of the Curtain Wall, arranged on a Base Surface according to a pre-defined and editable Scheme. The Base Surface can be planar or spherical; other curves are not ...

Working with Curtain Walls: Overview

The Curtain Wall is a single element consisting of Frame, Panel, Accessory and Junction components: these are the Members of the Curtain Wall, ...

Curtain Wall Input Plane in 3D Window

In the 3D window, the Curtain Wall Info Box provides the following options for defining the Curtain Wall’s input plane: Default Input Plane   Intelligent Input Plane (Choose a plane)   Use one of the following “intelligent” methods to define an input plane ...

Curtain Wall Input Methods

The Curtain Wall is placed on or relative to the input plane. •In the Floor Plan, the input plane is the Story level. •In ...

Curtain Wall Panels

Panels are the flat surfaces - generally glazed - of the Curtain Wall. Panels are automatically placed between Frames and onto the Base Surface. ...

Curtain Wall Frame Settings

The Frames page of Curtain Wall Settings contain the settings for each Frame Class. Frame Tool Settings (in Edit mode) contains nearly identical controls. List of Frame Classes The top of the dialog lists the available Frame classes, by name and type. By default, Frame classes include: ...

Curtain Wall Frame Settings

The Frames page of Curtain Wall Settings contain the settings for each Frame Class. Frame Tool Settings (in Edit mode) contains nearly ...

Curtain Wall Junctions

A Curtain Wall Junction is an optional structure that serves to connect panels to each other, to support or (more often) to substitute for Frames, resulting in a seamless, more lightweight structure than the traditional Framework. Junctions are placed at one or more grid points. Moving the ...

Curtain Wall Junctions

A Curtain Wall Junction is an optional structure that serves to connect panels to each other, to support or (more often) to substitute for Frames, ...