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Mon, Aug 20, 2007 at 3:00:00 PM | Perforated metal screen?

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RAC 2008 - I'm trying to figure out the best way to create a perforated corrugated metal screen over a wall/curtainwall system.  It will be used as a shading device over the curtainwall system, and essentially as a rain screen over the wall portions.  Would it be best to do this as a component that is placed over the wall or as something that is part of the wall?  Any suggestions?  Thanks a lot.

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Wed, Aug 22, 2007 at 12:42:25 PM | Perforated metal screen?

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You could do this either way - depends if your screen always matches yor wall.  I've done similar using a wall against a wall.  In that manner, I could edit profile the screen seperate from the walls.  Far easier to edit that than a component.

 

PS - Here is a TIP.  You can set up your screen using one of the built-in AccuRender materials - screen under the steel material - change your color at will.  The problem is that the material will visully be non-transparent in non-rendered views.  What I have done that works, to overcome this, is to set your non-rendered indicatoion to be a cross-hatch pattern and set it to a transparency that will let you see through it.  You have to turn off the check box to update when accurender material is selected.


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Thu, Apr 9, 2009 at 7:32:41 PM | Perforated metal screen?

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I am reading what you guys did here, did you start it as a generic model created in place?  and you just let the accurender do the work, or did you punch voids through the solid.

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Fri, Nov 12, 2010 at 9:21:25 AM | Perforated metal screen?

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Would a fine stainless steel wire mesh type of material act as the same thing you are looking for here?

 

Something like this:

 http://www.bwire.com/

 

Just a thought of an alternative that you may want to look at...


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