Creando una estereoestructura en #Vectorworks – RV110

hello in this video let’s see how create a structure in Vectorworks or a spatial structure one of my suscribers.


hello in this video let’s see how
create a structure in Vectorworks or a spatial structure one of my
suscribers showed me a video on Archicad where they made that kind of
structures and they took almost nine to ten minutes in generating the
structure and let’s see that in Vectorworks as always it is much simpler
to make let’s start with a square of a
meter by one meter that will serve as our base and we’re going to use some
spheres and we’re going to make them about 5
centimeters that are going to be the nodes of our stereostructure we are going to
duplicate here and we are going to duplicate them here
and then we are going to generate a polygon to make it the bars
in this case let’s start with something very simple right there to make it the bar and we are going to use the mirror tool and we’re going to use another rectangle to
the other the bar we will use a 2d locus to generate a sweep we are going to
select the three objects and we are going to turn them and let’s tell
to make us a sweep ok and there we have the part of our
structure and we’re going to line it up there and it’s the same way there
and we’re going to change the colors because right now if I do a 3d render all
it is gray let’s put him
a yellow color is towards this one dark gray
perfect once done that simply and plainly
we are going to duplicate with the mirror tool using our rectangle as our
base and what we are going to do now
then what we are going to do we are going to grab one of these elements we are going to duplicate them and let’s turn it
45 degrees and let’s draw us a line here
simply as a reference and we’re going to select the end and we’re going to
place there what we have to do now is turn
what this in 3D and for that I will use the option to rotate plane
I use the reference line now I’m going to a frontal view making sure that I keep the
options in this front view I’m going to put an orthogonal view one more time
I’m going to rotate the object again 45 degrees
and I’m going to put it in its position I use the same line
selected the object and I put it there in its position and I also arrange it in the height
orthogonal and I’ll accommodate it more or less there that touches the sphere
I turn a top/plan view and now I’m going to do
four equal copies with the mirror tool
and I’m going to use the tool to duplicate this sphere and in the orthogonal view
I’m going to move the sphere so that looks like the others, perfect
once I have this I need to place this is this other
element down here more or less there that touches the sphere to
be the bottom part and I’m going to go move it in 3-d more or less about
0.72 centimeters which is what it has this sphere here we have placed then
there we have it ready to duplicate and this one here we’re going to do the same
a copy using the line that we have
perfect let’s erase our rectangle and we’re going to erase the line that
we had reference what we are going to do now we are going to
select all of these in this case we are going to select only these from
team these elements because they are the that we are going to repeat several times
I’m going to use the duplicate array command and I’ll say let’s say about 10
and up on the y axis and I say ok then he has duplicated that without
problems we should have duplicated this one more
time, we repeat the action with the array
and we already have there then now we are going to duplicate it and we are going to erase and we are ready
to copy all except those of the end that we do not want
do in this case we’re going to duplicate array and we will double it in x axis a
meter and the same, about ten copies and done
we already have our stereo structure a very simple way, we delete these
who are not needed and there we have a stereo structure of
a very simple and very fast way of do it remember that if you want to learn more about
Vectorworks can visit me in the courses that I have in Udemy and write me
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8 thoughts on “Creando una estereoestructura en #Vectorworks – RV110”

  1. Hola tengo un terreno de 100×100 y mi edificio que ocupa una superficie de 45×45 se ubica muy cerca al centro del terreno, no tengo escaleras de acceso al edificio pues todo mi terreno tiene pendiente es decir se convierte en la rampa de acceso al edificio como puedo hacer eso en vector works

  2. Que fumada esa forma tan práctica y sencilla de hacer las estructuras, muchas gracias por abrirnos el panorama estimado Diego.

  3. Estimado Diego nos podría dar un tutorial de trabajar en el terreno con sus curvas de nivel y poder hacer las carreteras y calles y caminos ?

  4. Buenas noches Diego, como siempre gracias por gran aporte para enseñarnos a usar el programa. Tambien me gustaria preguntarte si tienes algun link directo para descargar la version 2019, llevo un tiempo usando la version 2018, pero desde la pagina oficial no descargar bien. Saludis.

  5. Buenas tardes Diego Rodrigo, quisiera saber cual es el comando que utiliza para cambiar de vista de plano a vista en perspectiva. Yo utilizo el comando Shft + C para cambiar pero unidamente me cambia de vista de plano a vista ortogonal (la cual no me gusta mucho). Podría decirme como cambiar o modificar este comando?. Gracias.

  6. Excelente vídeo estimado Diego Rodrigo. Solamente como duda; es posible parametrizar este tipo de estructura en Vectorworks y/o el elemento base en el caso de volverlo símbolo..???

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