[Bf-funboard] CAD and technical drawings

Tom M letterrip at gmail.com
Wed Oct 25 22:26:53 CEST 2006


there are scripts that help to do technical drawings, and Blender has
some native optional features that can be of use for technical work.

See the procad script


If you are doing architectual visualization then Blender should be
fine, but you probably should use a CAD program for final plans.


On 10/25/06, patrik at linet.se <patrik at linet.se> wrote:
> Hi,
> My church want to build out our church. My friends went to an architect
> and let him sketch up a suggestion.
> I decided me to draw it up all in blender. I've gave them some simple
> samples of how it could look like when it was finished. This they brought
> with when they went to a building-enginener(hope it spell like so), he
> said let him make the drawing of the church.
> Today I don't see blender as the given application to make drawings in. I
> don't want to re-model all things in another application, I want to use
> blender(of course).
> Is there any interest of making an technical modifier or something like
> that, which could simply give the length/angle between different edges? So
> you can render a drawing, or render a view to get a drawing.
> / Patrik
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