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Thu, Sep 7, 2006 at 1:38:09 PM | FLOORING FOR INTERIORS (MODEL)

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hiii to all reviteers my problem is how to apply flooring material in model do help me soon

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Fri, Sep 8, 2006 at 1:11:47 PM | RE: FLOORING FOR INTERIORS (MODEL)

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When you create your floor, you can choose its properties. For most, the default floor is a generic, material-less floor. You'll have to change the floor type to get a surface material. Check your veiw properties to make sure that in the model category, under floor, your surface pattern is visible.

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Fri, Sep 8, 2006 at 5:36:40 PM | RE: FLOORING FOR INTERIORS (MODEL)

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If you want to make a more complex floor with different patterns us the Split Face command and Filled Regions. You can then cut the surface of your floor in any design you want and then used Filled Region to apply the pattern you want in each piece. Split Face will not affect the structure of the Floor.

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Fri, Sep 8, 2006 at 7:09:34 PM | RE: FLOORING FOR INTERIORS (MODEL)

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Be careful with the split face tool. I used split face for all of the flooring materials and then had to edit the floor slab. All of the split faces that touched the part that was edited became distorted. I would use a combination of the split face and filled region for the model to be most effective.

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