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Working Drawings: Floor Plans CMCE 1110 Construction Drawings Professor Anderson Plans Horizontal section ataround 4’ AFF (above finish floor) drawn ata scale that enables one to see the wholeplan
The most important drawing
• Typically at the beginning of the drawing set • Refers you to other drawings in the set‐ Symbols • Dimensions and Notes to indicate quantity and location of an item or featureTypes of Plans (all drawn at same scale): • Floor/Roof Plans • Structural • MEP • Code Analysis SymbolsSymbols and reference markers are necessary for navigating the drawing set. They tell whoeveris looking at a drawings where to go to find more information about certain elements
Escherick HouseLouis Kahn, 1959‐1961204 Sunrise Lane, Philadelphia, PASECOND FLOOR PLANFIRST FLOOR PLAN SECOND FLOOR PLAN FIRST FLOOR PLAN Techniques CAD• Arc• Ellipse• Blocks• DimensioningTools we have learned: • Paper Space vs Model Space • Ortho Mode and Polar • Viewports• Line and X‐Lines Tracking• Offset • Object Snap• Extend/Trim • Layers and Color Styles• Circle • Line‐types• Copy/Paste • Text Styles 1 Arc 2To create create an arc, you can specifycombinations of center, endpoint, start point,radius, angle, chord length, and directional values
Arcs are drawn in counterclockwise direction bydefault
Access: Home tab or type “arc”Resources: Autodesk Support: Arc CommandEx: 3‐Point Arc Arc – Drawing a Door SwingArcs can be used to draw window or door swings
3 1 2 EllipseFor “axis, end” option, the first 2points determine the location andlength of the first axis. The 3rdpoint determines the distancebetween the center of the ellipseand the end point of the secondaxis
Access: Home tab or type “el”Resources: Autodesk Support:Ellipse Command BlocksA block is a named group of objects that act as a single 2D or 3D object. Usethem to create repeated content (symbols, components) such as doors,windows, appliances, fixtures
Acess: Home tab or “b” to define a block and “i” to insert a blockResourses:Autodesk Support: Block CommandAutodesk: What is a Block? BlocksTo define a block, type “b”. Name the block (ex: “door”). Select base point(this is the insertion point for the block) and the objects you want to use tocreate a block. Check your setting units are inches
The scale of the drawing in your viewport. For example: I draft my floor plan at 1:1 in model space and I want the drawing to print at a scale of 1/4”=1’‐0”. I will create a …
Working drawings include many parts and elements that work together to create an accurate view of the finished product and how the builders will construct it. One crucial part of a working drawing is the floor plan, which shows an overhead view of the building and its layout. Elevations, which show how the building looks from different sides.
The copyright of these floor plans are owned by The House Designers. The floor plans may not be reproduced, copied or dealt with in any manner which infringes the exclusive rights of The House Designers. Upon receiving payment in full, the client receives permission for single use.
The floor plans may not be reproduced, copied or dealt with in any manner which infringes the exclusive rights of The House Designers. Upon receiving payment in full, the client receives permission for single use.