The exchange of house plans with different levels of detail is also possible. This feature is particularly useful for amending or expanding a property. To do this, you first define the level of detail of the new drawing and the old drawing, then you select one for import and one for export. After that you simply click the exchange function, which is supported by Cadvilla professional plus, and the import and export work seamlessly. You can also use the 3D model exchange function to transfer all three-dimensional models and the 2D DWG / DXF export function to export 2D floor plans, floor plans with different levels of detail and 2D floor plans with different levels of detail.
So, if you have already created a 3D floor plan in cadvilla professional, you can simply export it as an OBJ file and then import it as a 2D floor plan. Besides these examples, the 2D conversion options are extensive. You can also export 2D floor plans as PDF files with different levels of detail, as JPG files or GIF files, and import them into your preferred CAD program.
In the Cadvilla programs, you will find hundreds of different design modules, among which are doors, window frames, hallways, windows, stairs, rooms, roofs, ceilings, commercial properties, office buildings, corporate facilities, garden concepts, landscaping concepts, building concepts, engineering and planning, plus many more.
The planning tool of Cadvilla is dedicated specifically to the construction of buildings. It is equipped with a lot of modules for the creation of residential or commercial buildings, from which many industry-relevant modules are integrated. For example:
The MATLAB environment is based on the MathWorks MATLAB® Compiler, or MMC, which is a proprietary language developed by MathWorks to facilitate the building of applications. MMC understands the MATLAB language and various task APIs and provides efficient intermediate language compilers for compiling functions and scripts.
The MATLAB® Engine is the core of the MATLAB product. It compiles, executes, and interprets MATLAB scripts and programs, as well as runs the M-files and M-links created by the MMC. It also allows the exchange of data between MATLAB applications, the MathWorks M-files and M-links, and other programming languages, including C, C++, and Visual Basic. 827ec27edc