so the leaders that we didn’t get a
chance to do on Tuesday okay all right so this in the next couple of sheets
talk about sections right so what is this section remember that a section is
a cut so we are taking a blade and we are sawing or slicing through and we’re
able to look at that part right through this new view which is a cut but imagine
that we’re slicing this which is you know three equal parts about a center
right this is foreshortened that means that that view is shorter
than what it really is and it’s just confusing right so when you have an
object that has a center and all parts are the same it is very common to rotate
that leg back and to show it in its full upright rotation okay that’s just
to make it clear so that we can see actually what’s happening on that leg
and that’s exactly what we did with ours right we had this 30 degree angle where
we had a circle cut through and then we had a 40 degree angle and what we did is
we rotated those to a vertical position so that we could see that wrong and it’s
not 100% accurate view but to make it clear right for clarity okay so today we
are going to open up our template right so we’re always going to start with our
template and what we’re going to do is we’re going to set our unit to
architectural so we’re switching our units we’re gonna add two more layers
this is we’re gonna add the profile default and we’re going to add the
profile heavy okay and then we’ve got those settings there and then we’re going to draw the geometry that we have all in model space right we’ve already agreed
on them use the profile heavy layer for the grade and for the concrete profiles
so let me uh so this is the grade so the grade is the earth right so this is the
grade this hatch pattern represents Earth
okay so we’re going to be looking at different hatch patterns today this
heavy line this is the profile of the concrete when we slice the concrete this
is roughly what it’s going to look like of course they don’t make concrete in a
factory they pour it on site so there’s going to be some rough edges some sloppy
corners and so forth because that’s how concrete is there’s no way that you can
make it neither on this you have a container that is this exact same size
and then the concrete will basically follow that shape right so concrete is
going to be rough and that’s okay this is the illustration of concrete so we’re
gonna do a concrete couch this right here represents down so we’re going to
go ahead and do it joints and down there and then we actually have a very heavy thick a thick plastic called a vapor
barrier and we don’t really show that because it blends in with the other
mynhardt but what that is supposed to do is
they’re supposed to keep the moisture in the ground away from your interior space
okay so here’s the concrete here’s you and me right and there’s probably carpet
here or maybe there is linoleum or maybe there’s child or some kind of floor
finish but this becomes the interior of a space and then this is Earth right
this is nature so we’re going to go ahead and draw this is called a footing
detail and we’re going to be looking at some abbreviation sorry all right so this is OC is off center rebar is reinforced bar cont is
continuous ww much is wire welded mesh conc is concrete and this is not a big
issue that’s not a no egg-white they’re all these are terms that you so weep
screed is this little metal thing at the bottom of the stucco that allows the
workers who are applying the stucco to our walls to have an edge that they can
reference right for the thickness of that stucco it’s it’s also it also has
penetrations at the bottom that’s why it’s called a leap screen because all
the moisture can leap out of it right can just drain out of it so there’s
little openings at the bottom so it serves two different reasons to two
different purposes right to allow the concrete out of this stucco to drain and
to give the the wall an even thickness of that stucco finish okay this is an
anchor bolt maybe right here you can see in here so anchor bolt is this huge bolt
right then holds the wall in the concrete together and in case of an
earthquake the earthquake stole like this right up and down waves go side to
side away right so on up and down waves we need to keep the walls attached to
the concrete so this anchor bolt acts as a pin a security item to hold the walls
in the concrete during our earthquake I think that’s the idea right now we can’t
build anything that this earthquake proof we’re we’re trying to make it safe
for people but we can build anything that’s earth big proof why because the
earth is too powerful for a little building think about it you have the
earth wants to crack in half it can and it doesn’t matter what kind of house
would build on top it’s just slice it in half right so what we try to
do is we try to keep buildings safe so that people can get out and be safe okay
not just stay in and be safe but enough time to run out of the building out of
the structure and be safe somewhere else okay bat is batting or insulation right
here so it is insulation that can either be cord blown in or it is already in a
package that can be basically just installed on-site the stud the stud is
your 2×4 Stadio to my sixth on it is a piece of wood that frames the wall right
or frames the floor from the ceiling whatever happened to me those are stud
drywall is the interior of the finish space I think that might be drawing
along with this look like the drywall but I think it is so drywall is a gypsum
board material that is used to finish spaces interior spaces okay not exterior
interior typ is typical so when you have something that occurs all the time then
it’s typical and then CTRs or centers okay
I can’t go over that well because there’s going to be a lot of notes here
and you’re gonna raise your hand you’re gonna go what does this mean or how
what’s the size of this right so if we look at the detail we can see that these
are two by four starts at 16 inches on center so that wall is made with two my
poor wood members there are spaced 16 inches on center that means that we have
one and then 16 inches later we have a second
all right so if we had x-ray vision we would be done here right all the way
from the top to the bottom of it 16 inches later we would see another stuff
so 16 inches often to use that every 16 inches there’s this guy okay
our 15th VAT installation this so this squiggly line represents insulation we
have to insulate our walls otherwise we’re paying too much for our air
conditioning and for heating right so the installation acts as a container
right to keep our homes warm in the winter and cool in the summer
7/8 of an inch stucco finish is right here so this outer layer is the stucco
finish below this stucco is a metal flip screen like I said it’s almost like a
being like a murdered V with little holes at the bottom so that the moisture
can bleed out of that and it keeps this suckled healthy so that doesn’t work so
there just been great hopefully it still breaks because it’s concrete the drywall
wants to get into the interior so they’re happening to run off this bolt
right here is five eighths of an inch diameter and it’s 12 inches in length at
6 feet centers that means that the anchor bolt is going to be down here at
the bottom of the wall right later so they’re all spaced 6 feet on center or
centers with 8 3 by 3 by 360 square washer so on top of the sky on top of
this base plate we have a male 8 square washer that
holds this guy in place make so this bottom plate when inspectors do
or what builders do is after an earthquake they go out to the site and
they see what the damage was and they were discovering that with the force of
the movements of the earthquake the anchor bolts were cutting right through
the wood they were just popping right off and walls were collapsing and
falling off and etc right and so what they discovered is that they needed to
have something to look the metal here so that the anchor bolt wouldn’t cut its
way through the wood so it’s an added protection to that bottom plate so that
in the case of extreme force or movement like that from the earthquake it didn’t
just come off we don’t lose so that’s what that square washer is about so this
bottom remember it’s a two by four treated bottom plate if you’ve ever
looked to add a piece of wood that looks like it wasn’t a fold like a hundred
thousand times just stapled forever and ever
and then it’s either blue or green that’s a pressure treated plate okay so
what they do is they drink it with a special chemical so there hopefully
termites are not attracted to it and keep being a for service for the house
hopefully safe yeah it’s called a bottom plate and the top of the wall would be
the top plate so there’s a double top plate you don’t have the top of the wall
the concrete the slab so this part is the sound right
so the concrete slab is three and a half inches so you’re stuck that is the 2×4
is really three and a half inches by one and a half inch okay they form the the
box with a 2×4 and therefore this is only
Pinchas because they used a 2×4 style two cranes thanks and make sense so that
the thickness of the Slovaks during a half inches and it has a six by six so
there’s a grid here a metal grid that is the six inch by six inch spacing and
it’s number ten wire will admit so number ten is the thickness of the metal
pick of the wire so that grid that six-by-six have a wire size of number
ten okay what is it joke ten gauge yes that’s
correct ended below the slab we have two inches of sound and the vapor barrier
which is a very thick plastic right intended once again to keep the moisture
of the earth outside of our interior space then we have rebar so to number
four rebar in first bar continuous meaning that it goes all the way through
it’s not a little pieces just one continuous piece and so number four when
you are talking about rebar rebar comes with in numbers number three number four
number five number six whenever you see number four number five
just put an eight at the bottom so it’s poor eight four five eight or six eight
but it always put it eight at the bottom as if it was a fraction so four eighths
is what a half of an inch right so number four rebar is a half of an inch
rebar in the hammer okay it’s a very easy formula to remember just but it
eats below the footings are typically one foot wide and 18 inches deep but one
foot of the pudding is embedded in in the earth right so this is undisturbed
earth meaning it’s not just earth that’s been floating
around floating around it’s either compacted or very sturdy
very strong earth so in order for you to have a strong building you have to have
strong earth okay you can’t you have used earth and then come in and build
your fins that they said your buildings going to be okay it will not be okay it
will have structural damage okay so anyway so this is the footing of either
a home or a business and this is a true putting if you were to go get a permit
to build a extra room in your house this is what that buddy would look like this
is correct this is your code yet so for the anchor
desert dimension for how deep the anchor goes down or is it just the standard
practice so it is 12 inches in length but part of it is sticking out because
you have to put the plate if you have to put the washer over it seven inches yeah
a minimum of 7 inches needs to be embedded so and that’s what the code
says that a minimum of 7 inches so so where the dimension is silent or
where drawing to silent then we refer to code yeah you could ask me or you can
kind of eyeball the sunlight okay it looks like the 12 inches is up here so
let me draw from here and go 12 inches down it’s just a tiny bit faster that’s
true all right so here we go this is the idea that we have the grade or the earth
over here it’s got the wall or the star and we have the slab and then we have a
person right on the interior space so this might be the bedroom this might be
the living room this might be the kitchen and then this is of course the
exterior if we were to look at this in 3d view we can see that that wire will
then mesh that I was talking about so these are 6 inch by 6 inch
grid and then the gauge of the metal is number check that is floating Midway on
that slab so this is the swab right here’s that base plate we can see the
top of the anchor bolt does anyone notice anything missing here what’s
missing here the plate right that three by three by 3/16 clay that’s missing so
we need to add that plate there so we can see the rebar over here so the rebar
is a number four top and bottom and then we could see the stucco over here and
this of course would be the weep screen okay all right so I’m going to rotate
this those people on Oh sticks okay this is something to me again way out there still went to come alive page 68 oh okay it’s a different couch all right
so I am going backwards here all right so here’s our footing detail and we
needed to add two more layers right so I’m going to go ahead and start I’m
going to I’m going to open up my template and I’m going to add I’m going
to set my unit so I’m going to set my limit I’m gonna add the two extra layers
that we need and I’m going to start you drunk okay
so I’m going to try to turn the front lights down so that there’s a little
more contrast and here that conveyors are gonna make smoke I’ll default and
profile movie if I go to new draw it should pull up my
template but I’ve noticed as I tried this earlier that it wasn’t pulling up
my tongue so you may have to go and find the template and then do a save as a
piece of my template so the minute that I open my children I want to do a save
as with you and I want to save it out of the DWG okay so this is going to be the
putting detail so putting an OT all right so watch your eyes a little
bit of course at the very top is the name of my file and the driver unsteady
nature so there it is putting LT I am and paper space is this where I need to
start my drawing now where do I start it model space right so when I click on
model space and the first thing that I want to do is I want to change my unit
so I’m typing in the word unit and I’m switching it from decimal to what
architectural right you wanted us to go to architectural okay then my limit did
we give you women change the limits to accommodate the
estimated size okay so alright so I’m gonna say limit of 24 inches , by 24
inches maybe that’s too much but I doesn’t have oops that was looked at my
lower left corner Laurel x500 in the upper right corner is
24 on my chain you pour it in LA for layers so I’m going to go to new and I’m
going to do profile default okay profile
heavy okay so default is supposed to be green continuous profile heavy is
supposed to be white and it’s supposed to be 0.5 and thickness okay so I said my units I said my limits
I created my layers now I can begin to do my drawing right so I’m going to go
ahead and move it make it a little bit taller and I’m going to position it so
that we can see the drawing screen and also the handout okay so I’m going to go
to my layers and I’m going to switch over to my visible layer actually you
know what I think we needed it we need to be in the heavy profile so the heavy
profile is going to be the profile of my slab and then BD out paradox in migrate okay so I wouldn’t go
live where do I want to start I want to start one comma one it doesn’t really
matter where you start I’m going to turn on my ortho it so now my lines are only
horizontal vertical and I’m going to go 12 inches to the right just 12 remember
AutoCAD is indeed inches okay I’m going to go ahead and start over here and I’m
going to go 18 inches because I know that it’s 12 plus 6 and I’m going to go
across I don’t know how far maybe 3 feet okay
now I know that my the thickness of my Slovak topic 3.5 right so I’m going to
go oh four offset and I’m going to offset it 3.5 if you haven’t used offset
try to use offset tonight it’s so great tool it’s going to prompt it for the for
the distance to offset and then it’s going to ask you which time okay so I’m
going to do that again so over offset distance 2.5 select the object which
like it’s tighter this light you got which side you just click and it copied
it over three and a half so I’m going to go to mine I’ll enter and I’m gonna draw
a perpendicular you notice that this is a little 45 degree line so we could use
the chopper tool so I’m going to go to the chamfer tool and I’m going to type
deeper distance I’m going to say a distance of 3 so click on the first line
put on the second – hey there’s my 45 degree line right here it’s three
arbitrary yes it could be true like and between a half you could before because
I mean that concrete is just going to go everywhere and I remember being a
student here long time ago and going out to a job site and looking at the copy
and I thought oh my gosh that is the sloppiest contractor I’ve ever seen well
I was expecting to see this on the job site not big doesn’t do that right how
cute it is heavy it’s messy it’s wrapped and so when when we pour it juice coffee
you know spewing out over here and over here and it’s just not a clean thing so
this is a symbolic way a guess of what is putting excite but it doesn’t look
anything like that hey all right now live touch the
endpoint go down on tape and stick and this is what this is my great this is my
earth thanks a great equals earth I’m going to
do an offset of two for my son and then I’m going to do its ten so I’m gonna
extend my sound over and I really don’t want it in the profile layer so I need
to switch it over from so my heavy to mine the top or did you offset that one
this one this one this one this is six inches so I didn’t show you that right
now but that grade line is six inches below the top of the slab so here’s the
top of the slab and it cinches young is the earth I drew this out at a random
distance I went three feet Israel now I walk I think my name is her 24 inches so
I gave myself a lot of space with my limits oh you’re right so my limit can be 0 0
and then 48 promise I get so four feet thank you
Ezreal what was your question I wasn’t saying whatever you’ve done on the
ranking in Golders numbers I’m sure so they’re right here ok so this is six
inches in sit here this is one foot in so that together is 18 inches this right
here is six plus six or one foots and twelve inches and then I kind of worked
it a little bit backwards I kind of went from here up 18 over three feet which is
run them and then I did an offset of three and a half because I just missed
the stop okay then I came back one foot and I went up
and I hit it perpendicular then I did a chopper of three inches okay but really
everything is here other than that chopper
that’s just a it’s tribulus it’s not important okay now I’m going to go ahead
and switch over to my profile default and I’m going to begin to make my stuff
how should I go I don’t know maybe 30 inches maybe it’s too maybe too much
maybe 24 inches okay once again Oprah offset it’s a 2 by 4 so it’s going
to be three and a half inches okay I went to switch to the white player
teammate current because I know that my big plate is going to be heavy and I’m gonna draw an X in here does
anyone know what that X means what is it that’s all it it means it is continuous
it means it’s gonna go a very long distance it’s gonna go I don’t know
maybe 20 feet 30 feet 20 feet it’s not little pieces okay if I had
only one line like that that means that it’s little pieces this represents of
blocking I mean that those would be spacers in between the studs okay but
because we have an X that means that this is continuous it goes for mini feet
as long as they make this done and then they put up another one at the end of
that yes so when I try to offset it same outside
okay okay so go ahead and type in the limits and then do the final corner at
zero and zero in the upper corner at 48 comma for you
meaning that we’re going to four feet on X and four feet on life plus you know
that shit works all right what else do we need well we need the word Wilden
match right so that needs to be on the center later yes
did you need to talk one how long I think I went three feet but you know
what I’m regretting it I’m gonna go ahead and do only three inches this slab
right here Thanks the top of this island the top of the slab hops one is 18
inches from here okay so I’m going to go to my late in my
center layer and I’m going to draw a line from the midpoint over to room here that centerline is the spacing of it is
pretty small compared to this sample right so I type in a word okay everyone
listen to this word it’s called LT LT scale what do you think that means lion
tugs line type scale alright meaning the line types are gonna
have a certain type of spacing this is called the global line cut still it
means that every single line in that drawing is going to be upgraded or
downgraded depending on the value that I give this I’m gonna type in a three so
this is about three times as large so how can we do it for can you go the
properties and do it right there too so if I go to properties
I select the line if I do PR I’m only editing that life not all the months
okay so that’s the difference so when you type in healthy scale it’s a global
adjustment meaning everything aligned and the dog is changed hello when you
make a new one without one changes well correct
yes when you just select the line and you go to properties you’re only editing
that Marty at one time big big difference and I’m glad you asked
because if that’s how I understand it those are very very different the length
of that mesh line if the arbitrator’s will go to the its harbor charity I’m
just putting it out here so that it doesn’t hit me I’m gonna draw the anchor
bolt I’m going to go ahead and place it on the hidden layer so I’m going to go
line from the midpoint now how far oh and then over to I’ll come back and do
that so not just a little bit yeah I need to
stick up cuz it needs to have enough of it sticking out so that we can put the
plate and we could with the washer okay what is the diameter I’ve got anchor
bolt 5/8 right so I’m gonna go offset 5/16 so that I can offset to one side in
the other and I’m a huge fan of offset you haven’t
used it tried it I think even on my cut works okay so we’re gonna have a plate
that is I’m actually going to draw the plate out here I’m gonna go line or
polyline three 316 three back and close why did I do that because I wanted to
align it to the midpoint of the plate over the midpoint of the of the
faceplate yes there it is what else do we need well we need the than that right
and those are probably about 3/4 of an inch in height so I’m going to go line and let’s say one inch this way and it
does too big us a straight quarters this way up three quarters over time ah dr.
quarters and then I’m going to offset it I really just a quarter so we’ve got the base plate we’ve got
the 3×3 middle plate and we’ve got the so this is a washer and it was up in
that and what layers that up people yeah the profile default okay what else
am I missing well I’m missing the drywall inside of
missing the stucco on the exterior of missing the week screen insulation
insulation that squiggly line and then I’m missing all the hatch patterns right
I also have a small brake line over here they will add right now okay so the
drywall is topic half of an inch I’m going to go over offset one half then
once again over offset and it is I believe seven eight the stucco so seven
eight and it’s not super super bold right so
we shouldn’t be using the white line on that but we do have the leap screen okay
so I’m going to go ahead and switch players it’s not like the thick lining
no and my whip screen is going to start somewhere up here it’s gonna go down
past the concrete and it’s going to be crying like a little be a Sona shut off
my f10 now I’m going to go about an inch probably I’ll just touch this I mean I’m going to extend my stick oh so your stucco finishes a little bit
below the top of your slab and there should be at least four inches here
between your stucco and your and your dirt why for termites for bugs for the
protection of the wall moisture etc if this was a concrete finish out here on
the exterior then you only need to be two inches away but if it’s dirt you
need to be four inches away okay we’re getting close we need to do
the insulation line so I’m going to switch my layer over to the body don’t hang on a second do I not hot okay
I guess I done howling all right so you need to add another layer sorry about
that the default the profile of the pot okay Gosei batting layer but it doesn’t say
to make a batting layer so maybe there’s something we were supposed to do already
I think it’s something that he forgot to mention I don’t know you know I may just
make them layer to me it just seems like a better product so let’s make a new
layer we’ll call it value and the most important thing about that layer is
giving it the current line tight so click write this line tight
and then what about e select body and make it thin make it probably about
point 15 and then you can give it whatever color you like I’m going to
give it a smooth so here’s my batting lines you see
what’s going on with it it just automatic it’s got this curve to
it that represents installation and it actually worked out nicely why because I
have my scale my liked it still sit to four so if yours isn’t working right do
LT scale and the type of torque then I report
where’s padding long time so when you are choosing the they’re on alphabetical order so there
it is right after all the HS how they try to do from scratch oh no you don’t
want to do it from scratch it’s painful I think I did point 15 on that one you
said any color any color that you like okay we’re getting close
Sonny I need these cut lines right so this is a patch it represents that pad
like this goes on and on and on but we’re slicing it there so one part up at
the top and one cover here on the country so I’m going to switch to my
profile default layer and I’m going to go all the way to the end of my tabs
over to my Express tool and there’s a break on there okay so I’m gonna click
on break line one of the default question is what is the size of the
break line and what is the extension line and of course it’s now crossing you
to point to the first punt of the break line and then the parameters there are
you want to a different block you want a different side so do you want a
different extension okay so the size in the little break a little squiggly in
there so let’s try it I’m not really sure how big that is I’m going to click
on my first point when I click on my second point and I’m going to click for
the location of the break see that I mean
it’s good you may decide that you know what to tell them you need to figure how
could we do that well we go back to brake line click on side instead of half
we can make it 1 and once again same thing click to start click to end and
then click to position the brake do you have that’s bigger you decide a lot of
these things are just your eye okay how big or how strong you want it to be okay
so now what well now let’s trim so back home trims and chair makes everything
your cutting edge oh we need another brake line over here not a big deal
right Express tools brake line starting point
any point and location of the brake okay once again we’re going to do another
trim enter those ok any questions on the brake line changing the brake line shit
the brake line be at an angle should it be horizontal it is completely up to you
ok that is a personal preference yes so so that’s your third click Chandler so
wherever you click that’s where window you can always erase it and then come
back and do it again but the third click is the location in
that little squiggly OH other question and then as far as it
sticks over the drawing that’s arbitrary that’s arbitrary yes I don’t like it like this I don’t like
it with it’s not being symmetrical this is kind of a symmetrical person so I I
think whatever is here should be over here but it doesn’t matter too much
alright what else have been missing well we’re missing the hatch patterns right
so the step oh sorry that’s my attempt at trying to remember
to take my medication yeah which I always forget about anyway so the hatch
pattern for the drywall is sand and the hatch pattern for the stucco is town the
hatch pattern for the concrete it’s called concrete the hatch pattern for
the earth is called Earth’s okay all right so I’m going to go ahead and do it
so H for Hajj and I’m going to get a different ribbon up at the top which
deals nothing with anything else other than with our hatch okay so here’s our
pattern here is the transparency here’s the angle here’s the scale right here is
this pattern so I’m going to click on that and I’m going to find a pattern
that I want and remember that it is our stand a our stand a are for
architectural okay and then if you look at the command line it says select an
internal point so I’m going to click here and that’s an internal point and
I’m going to click here and that’s an internal point this scale of it is too
big looks nicely tight this sanded so right up here where it says 1 I need to
switch that to maybe half right or maybe even 125 so I’m gonna type in point 5
that looks way better right and I think that’s almost good then I’m gonna take
it a step further I want to see a point 3 if you make it too tight it becomes
like a solid heavy line so you don’t want to make it too too tight
Hey so maybe point 4 is my magic number hey everyone okay with hachi camera and
you got again over here with the stand so h4 hatch whatever pattern you used
before in scales stays there by default you just click it’ll radiate out and
find the boundary if you don’t Valarie than they can hatch okay and you
know what those are supposed to be in the hatch layers apologize for that so
let’s switch in to the correct later so I’m going to go ahead and do the
concrete of my slob so a chore hatch and we don’t want the sand we want the
concrete so we’re going to do a are a our concrete notice and I think it’s a little bit to tighten
it up it to a scale of point 75 okay does anyone see anything missing in my
drawing the rebar right so how big is the rebar what’s the diameter okay –
right so this is a neat little trick and I’m going to go ahead and go to my
visible layer and the command here is called donut okay what is it called
donut okay it’s gonna prompt me for an inside diameter we’re going to make it
in southern Yemen or 0 and outside diameter of 25 so I’m going to place it
about 3 inches from the body there it is and guess what I could put
as many donuts as I want because once I tell it that I want to doughnut it just
ought to do donuts all day long like that’s not not right so the commander
was donut inside diameter zero outside diameter point 5 what is the second
remark Oh at the top some we’re supposed to be three inches from the top three
inches from the ball am I missing anything else I’m almost done the dimension I’m here
for the one foot in six inches over left there uh-huh
so six inches is great what is the what one foot is just a funniness not to
regard correct so the one foot is the amount of footing bit below the edge of
the earth this the great Hey the rebars our return this one yes you said three
inches from the bottom but I’m missing my earth right here so let me ask you a
trick question can I hide earth here what do you think so you think I can
hack it what do I need in order to hatch okay this shit I need a boundary right
first before I can hatch my earth less you need a boundary so I’m gonna do
polyline and I’m going to start somewhere around here all just way
around them just a part and I’m going to begin to curve so that I can have sort
of a random there we go now I can have because now I have a
boundary right so say H or hatch what is the pattern earth right so I need to
find curved here it is earth wow that is way way too small see that
so small and almost looks solid so it can be 25 I’m gonna try it for still
just following it by 10 that’s probably okay oh yes I had it stick out and along
it left you with the edge of the stucco yeah so you could probably start like
this all you can probably start at this stucco and go back with a degree or do I
need to keep the edge do I need to keep the boundary for my hutch
no because we need it to be able to hatch it but we don’t have to have it
forever and ever okay am I done drawing all the geometry
we’ve got the hatchet but the insulation line is that how I could got to this
rebar the base plate the metal plate we have the were molded match we have the
stand we have the earth the rebar the anchor bolt we have everything except
what the dimensions and the notes right what should I do now same right I should
have saved a lot of time ago some control axes are fixate the top corner
with starting their screen starts how far did you go you know I did I did
around them but I could find out so the way I did it is about 5/8 of an inch
down to the first okay diagonal okay what’s our next step we’re done
with our geometry what’s our next step paper for go to paper space right so
totally out there it is but we don’t see anything should we panic huh
no never panic is never the answer stay calm stay calm that’s right so
we’re gonna go to a viewports layer and we’re going to type in what MV MV for
what make viewport here’s your viewport ah voila there it
is right beautiful along with our before comes the grid some say nope no grid f7
turn it off yes is there which is a quarter of that important so it’s not
like there is you can change anything so you can change the crosshairs you can
change the background color you can change anything it’s under option I did
it’s right okay so what scale is this details supposed to be drawn to you inch
and a half which was a foot so one quick card equals a foot there once we scale
it then we lock it right let me double check cuz it looks small one thing I have finished okay that’s
when it’s hot all right so we need to dimension right and we need to go to our
annotate tab and we needed switch to our contextual dimensioning oh man let’s do
it I need to go back and add architectural
dimension in anyway I’m going to go ahead and use this one for now please
forgive me I don’t want to confuse you guys so before we get to dimension
what’s what’s going on with my drawing here do you see a little bit of a
problem inside the viewport your outside colors the installation looks like it’s
missing what happened to it you can’t see it well it’s still blue except that
the line type scale of it is weird right it doesn’t look right I want to double
click inside and I’m going to type in a word that I want all of you to write
down PS yes this paper space LT is line type scale and I would like you to set
that to zero and then we’re going to re for regenerate and that I know I had
already written that on the board for you guys
so PS LT scale equals zero matches the line type scale of all your lines of all
your patterns so that both model space and paper space look the same
everybody ok with that pretty much have to do that every time every time oh you
know what would be better than that if we go back to the template and typing
the word and just have it set in there I think I want to do that I need to go
back to the template all right now back home back to my
dimensioning player and I know that I need to dimension the width so here’s my
linear dimension for each corner what foot there is my linear dimension this
looks very very wrong why because it’s the wrong style right I should be an
architectural continue so I need to go back and add my architectural dimension
style I’m here to here it’s gonna be 12 inches I want to sit continue for the
top and it’s going to be six inches okay what else do we need well we need the
leaders so here are all the leaders are you here are the dimensions if I was the
dimension so we need the leaders to point to the content what kind of
leaders are they do they are architectural once again so I’m going to
go multi meter here we go this is the architectural let’s say multi meter I’m
going to click on the installation and I’m going to curve this over and this is
going to say 2×4 stud again this one points to the insulation this is our so our is a value that our
insulation products have whether it’s a wind or weather situations our 15
insulation and we have a stucco so once again multi leader and we’re going to
say that that is 7/8 of an inch stucco finish typical and of course we have the web screen so
multi leader week screen Trek question are these alignments no it
actually seems difficult to align them right because some notes are longer than
others so we can’t give it a starting foreign or ending point it was really
difficult to gauge it or it’s gonna start an end but we do have this tool
right here okay surviving pause everyone pause and just watch me for a second
because all of you need to do this okay so I’m gonna go to this button right
here called a line when I click on it and then it says select multi leaders so
we can do a crossing window okay we’ve got them all selected enter and it says
select the multimeter to align to so I want to align to probably this one and
then it is a few draw line so straight line there it is so you have it all now
we know it’s been a good job right now we know we’ve aligned them what else was
I supposed to show you today view take a line I was supposed to show you that we
can add a leader so I’m going to click on this Auto leader and I’m going to
click on that leader and what happens is that I can point to something else
because I’m having a leader to it okay I can remove a leader just like I can out of either I can
collect eaters so for instance I know that one of the whole time heater style
grab the balloon so I’m going to show you this jig so that you can see how it
works there it is all right so I’ve got two leaders and
have bubbles on the end we can align them you saw it aligned up we can group
them so I’m going to go ahead and group them collect them and then it wants to know where do you
want the collection of those two leaders to go why it to be here do you want it
to be over cherry where do you want it to go that’s it
they’re pretty straightforward on us see all these multi meter options you just
have to click on that tool and then follow the prompts down at the command
line yep so pretty a collection like that
where we have two different excerpts that we’re talking about the same part
so that’s why you put those together yeah so you what you don’t want to could
choose separately different things and point to one cousin they’ll be very
confusing so it would have to be two things that are basically identifying
the same part okay maybe separate notes on the same part and so that would
either indicate that there’s another drawing part to look at or there’s a
note that you need to read about it all right so these are going to be have a
description over here like number two is 5/8 true or number three is a sixty
penny nail or whatever so each one of these is going to have a description
okay over here yes typically they’re on the same sheet all right so those go because there was
just an example and we’re going to look at our signage
again so now we have the drywall the inker bolt the treated plate the
concrete the sound pill so we’ve got all these on the right so I’m gonna go ahead
and place those on the right all right so I’m going to switch over to
architectural multi leader turn off my objects now and this is going to be half
inch another motivator and this is going to be 5/8 diameter or
anyone remember how to do diameter percent percent speak see isn’t wrapped
good remembering our 5/8 diameter times 12 inches long or 12 inches all right
anchor bolt at six feet zero inches centers with three
by three by three sixteen where washer okay next thing is the 2×4 treated
bottom plate so I’m trying to read my notes here even though I’m not able to
see everything so multimeter should buy for treated bottom plate notes on either three and a half inches concrete slab with six by six number ten wire welded
mesh then we have two inches of stand the
multimeter which is a sound pill over six mil put the thickness of the plastic
paper barrier one more multimeter to number four three
bars fifteen years and this is one of those opportunities that we have to add
a leader okay so there’s the odd here what else do we need to do over here
well we need to align them right we always align the leaders so we go to the
align tool we select all of the multimeters it’s in a contest to choose
which one we want to align to and then we simply make a straight line the only
thing that’s off here is my dimensions okay make sure that you use the
architectural not the engineering so I need to go back to my template in
architecture title yes yes so so it’s putting detail put in detail and it is
already write down them on the view yes but we’re drawing number was it with my
beers not the block though foot do you put that on the view go back oh I see
the thirties name like below that on the assignment page it’s written right above
the drawing right here no that’s where it is on assignment yeah
now now will didn’t do it here okay so right here in the title block this is
gonna be called the footing detail and what does it do do one we come today
so today’s at 28 let me get on the 27 and drawing number I honestly don’t
remember what it is but I’m gonna go for think it is might be 28 – Part B and
this gal is wet one inch and a half is equal to what I think I stood so inch
and a half equals one foot let’s go so on that one when you write the scale in
the title block would you use a hyphen for the one at 1/2 I just did one space
for the 1/2 it’s equal to it okay here’s your question for you are my dimensions
and are my meters going to be in model space they’re not right because I
purposely placed them in paper space so that they could all be consistent all
the same height all right so if I go back to model space
right now the only thing that should be in model space is my geometry all of my setting up all of my notes all
of my dimensions all of my headings go in paper space when we print you want to
all of it should already should already be set up because we set this up when we
when you set up our layout but anyway just double check and make sure it’s a
lot of my 17 make sure that there’s 20 quotes one always give you a to make
sure that it’s okay you look at it oh my x-ray looks too heavy to gold so I’m
gonna I’m gonna make a new layer action oh my gosh it might dimension my leaders
look really heavy too if it doesn’t the room put it in my
dimension layer that’s correct you see what the thickness of that
default I could get too thick I think dimensions
should be funny to you and therefore these two little lines should be on the
dimensions it’s kind of odd because my dimension and that’s way better except I
do find the footing line should be far heavier than this one okay did I invert
those may be inverted those yeah how’s he supposed to be 15 I did so sometimes
it’s doing a quick observation on your preview oh good question
yes how do you switch your degrees because mine’s like at the G you know
how when you’re dimensioning your degrees how you could have different
styles or different units aha how do you switch that because online and doesn’t
show degrees it shows up like on the flange around the rod support it shows
30 30 3.33 but it supposed to be 30 degrees okay so right here angel if I go
to annotate and I can I can look at my engineering the settings for my
engineering dimension style and I can go to modify and the unit right here is
unit over here at the bottom okay and that tells you what the
precision is if it’s just 30 degrees for 30 points 30 degrees for 30 2000 3
degrees so here is where you’re going to determine what that position is at the
primary units correct okay yeah oh I guess it was at greatness
radians our assumption was in gradient yeah yeah you don’t want ingredients you
want make sure the decimals okay thank you Chris one layer I asked them to the
dimension layer so I went ahead and placed them on the dimension layer but I
did change the thickness of the dimension layer okay so I think it looks
better at a thinner line wait so when you go to your layers if you look at
your dimension layer follow it and then go over to your line
weight and change it to 20 millimeters okay I think you’re gonna have a better
any other questions so that concludes week number five right that’s the full
lecture with number five so