In this article, the following contents will be covered:
After finishing the construction of the walls it is necessary to adjust the floor dimension. Promob has a tool for this.
1. With the walls created, click Adjust Floor Limits in the upper toolbar.
2. The shape of the floor will automatically adjust itself according to the total size of the constructed walls.
As of Promob version 18.104.22.168, when you build the wall from the Wall Editor, and select the Floor Limit Adjustment, the floor are automatically adjusted according to the exact size of the wall construction, with no floor left over.
IMPORTANT: available only for walls built by the Wall Editor.
Change floor format
The floor will always adjust automatically using the Adjust Floor Limits tool. In some cases the walls have a different shape and the floor needs to be adjusted manually, for this:
1. Access the Geometry Editor and in the Geometry Editor add the required number of vertices and move them to the floor line to adjust it according to the walls;
2. Click OK to view the floor in the space.
1. Select the floor and access the Tools Panel - Properties. Change the dimensions of the floor.
1. When selecting the floor, note that red arrows are displayed at the ends. Select the arrow on the side that the floor will be increased or decreased.
2. When moved, the arrow turns green. Click on the arrow and drag it until you define the desired dimension.
3. To move the arrow precisely, select it and in the Tool Panel - Arrows, under Increment, enter the displacement value (positive or negative) of the selected arrow. Click Apply.
Edit floors's Grid
The floor of the room displays a grid, which is a dotted pattern with square areas, where the most intensely colored region corresponds to the floor.
To edit the floor rules:
1. Right-click on the floor and select the option Edit Floor Grid;
- Yes: when an item is inserted into the 3D space, it will be drawn near the ruler;
- No: when an item is inserted into the 3D space, it will not be drawn close to the ruler;
- Gap: This property indicates how far from the ruler an item when inserted, will be attracted or not;
- Horizontal Interval and Vertical Interval: Defines the interval between the lines in the horizontal and vertical position. Note the intervals in the 3D space;
2. Object: displays floor width and height set in the Tools Panel - 3D Environment Properties;