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Builder – Settings

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Getting Started This article will cover the Settings found within the Builder Toolbar. These settings will adjust various parameters for the surfaces and analysis functions. For more information on these tools and functions, start with the Builder Toolbar Overview article. The Builder Toolbar Settings button is located in the Builder… Read more »

Wall Heatmap

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Getting Started This article will cover how to create a Wall Heatmap. The Wall Heatmap will generate a heat map of a sectioned wall, similar to how normal heat maps work for slabs. If you are looking for heat map information for slabs, refer to this article. Workflow You can… Read more »

Builder Toolbar Overview

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Getting Started This article will provide a brief overview of the various functionality found within the Builder Toolbar. Each section will include a hyperlink to an article that dives into more detail. The Builder Toolbar provides tools that create heat maps, contour maps, and other similar items which are covered… Read more »

Wet Concrete

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Getting Started This article will cover the Wet Concrete tool found in the Surfaces menu in the Builder Toolbar. The wet concrete tool is a combination of the Debris Filter and Heat map tools. Wet Concrete To use this tool first open the builder tool bar, then select surfaces. Next,… Read more »

Heat Map

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Getting Started This article will cover the creation of a heat map. This offers a powerful tool by coloring the floor points to show varying high and low spots. It is recommended to apply a debris filter before starting this workflow. There are two methods for this type of map… Read more »

Surface Wizard

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Getting Started The Surface Wizard tool is found in the Surfaces menu in the Builder Toolbar. The Surface Wizard will walk you through a debris filter step followed by either a contour map or heat map. For more information on each of these steps, refer to the articles above.