Hello Good ABD Community
So here is a question I'm asing because I've seen a lot of this "compound cell" topics and tips and tricks and other marvelous features, the only problem is that I don't have a clue of what on earth IS exactly a compound cell.
Probably you must be thiking that every Bentley user must have know this by now, the only problem is that to be honest ABD has like one million (maybe I'm exagerating) diferent features and tips and tricks and stuffs. So please help me here
What is exactly a compound cell? What makes it different from a regular cell?
Here are a couple of examples of using them:
AECOsim Building Designer - Compound Cells - Non Parametric Doors
AECOsim Building Designer - Compound Cells and Metadata
Additionally, while the 2D representation was designed with only the plan view in mind, it is also possible to include 2D representations of section and/or elevation and select them in the same step as documented for the plan. For straightforward orthogonally presented objects a cuboid could represent the occupied volume at a minimum LoD, with a 2D representation in each plane that would be displayed in drawings.
Answer Verified By: Rafael Bombardiere Carvajal
Thank you Marc,
This is Good Information to be able to understand this process, and generate my own Coumpound Cells like a boss.