With the 3D Railing command, a railing is drawn by giving the elevation value to each node during the drawing.

Location of 3D Railing

You can access it under the Ribbon menu Home tab, Entities title.

Usage Steps

  • Click the Railing 3D in the ribbon menu .

  • The Railing toolbar will appear on the screen, however, another auxiliary toolbar called Path Segments will be opened.

  • There are icons in the Path Segments toolbar that allow you to draw the railing line in a straight, circular and curved form.

  • Click the appropriate icon (the default straight line icon is selected).

  • In the drawing area, determine the 1st point of the railing by clicking with the left mouse button.

  • A dialog will open where you can give the Elevation value of the clicked point .

  • In the dialog, give the elevation value and click the OK button.

  • At this stage, if you press the spacebar on the keyboard, you will get the mirror of the railing with respect to its axis.

  • In the drawing area, specify the 2nd point of the railing with the left mouse button and enter the elevation value.

  • Likewise, you can give the 3rd and 4th points. In this case, you will keep the railing in constant form.

  • When you terminate the command by pressing the right mouse button, a railing will be formed.

Usage step

Before creating a 3D railing

Determining the first point of the railing and clicking with the left mouse button

Giving -15 as elevation value

Determining the second point of the railing and clicking with the left mouse button

Giving -15 as elevation value

Determining the third point of the railing and clicking with the left mouse button

Giving 0 as elevation value

Determining the fourth point of the railing and clicking with the left mouse button

Giving 0 as elevation value

Determining the fifth point of the railing and clicking with the left mouse button

Giving 0 as elevation value

Completing the railing by clicking the right mouse button