Furniture design software Design Sintez

Faience - terracotta

The module is intended for generating of planes of singly  floor and wall  tiles accord to a schema, combinated with calculating of their quadrature.

General parameters:

   You can generated wall and floor tiles. The size of the area that must be covered is defined  by the room's sizes, but the length may be set also with pointing the first and the last point in the work screen (press the button Determination of the length by specifying points in the drawing and with left mouse button specify two end points). Press Create. You can enter manually the measures of the area and to choose the position of the plane in the drawing. At the lower right corner in the dialog there is shown the entire quadrature and the number of the tiles that are necessary. You ought to know that the calculated quadrature doesn't include the  gaps.
The generated combinations can be edited by module Unit correction.

Height  from floor level - The value in the field defines the position of the generated combination toward the premise floor.

Save as unit - Saves the created element as an unit for using it in the current drawing and only for this one. The generated units have nomenclature identifier TF. If you will use the generated element in constructing a new unit in Creation of nonstandard units, you can remove the checking.

Schemе 1 - Reiteration of tile's model

 Enter the sizes of the single tile, the gap width and press the button Create. If you didn't use the button  Determination of the lenght by pointing in the drawing, specify the unit insertion point in the working screen.

Schemas 2 and 3 - They are identical. The difference here  is that in the second variant the arrangement becomes from below upwards on height and in the third variant - from the left to the right. You can set the arrangement  of three different tiles types  in different areas of one and the same wall.

The way of work is : Enter the tiles measures for first, second and third area. Enter the value for the height (respectively- length for schema 3) for the first area. Go to the field for height (respectively - length) for the third (residual) area. Its measure will enters automatically , based on the common size  and the entered values for first and second area. At last press the button Create.
To create an arrangement from two areas, regardless you have chosen vertical or horizontal  allocation, don't enter length and height for second area.

Single row tiles in the area -  The option sets the generating of the single row of tiles in the second area. If it is not checked, will be created an area with some tiles rows on length or height.
Schemе 4- Chess-board order of tiles with two different designs and equal sizes.

Enter the sizes for the single tile, the gap width and click on the button Create. If you don't use the button  Determination of the lenght by pointing in the drawing, specify the insertion point of the unit in the working screen .

Schemе 5 - It's enabled only for floor tiles. This scheme creates one single inner rectangular contour with layer (and respectively color) different from the basic tiles' layer. The value Line of tiles for second layer  defines from which line of tiles  to begin the decoration. The arrangement of the tiles makes in direction from left to the right. If the end tiles are smaller than the set length or height, they will be placed in the top and in the right end.

Schemе 6 and 7 - Scheme for laminated parquet. It  applies only for the  floor tiles.

Tiles sizes
The button Tiles sizes loads a dialogue window. Here you can enter frequently used sizes of  tiles and load them when this is necessary. This expedite work when you use the same sizes frequently . The list can be sorted by the two sizes: on X and on Y in ascending order.
If you want to add new sizes,enter them into the field and press Add. The choice of already saved makes by the button Select or double clicking  with the left mouse button on the row. For exit from the form press Close

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