I drawed a floor plan of a house in SketchUp. Out of this floor plan, I build a 3D object.
In order to have the house approved, I have to draw the structure of the exterior wall in a 2D view.
I would like to do this in LayOut.
That’s why I’ve added in LayOut some oblique lines to part of the outside wall.
This means that it is a masonry. As well as to find in layout in the material symbols.
Now I need a material symbol for thermal insulation, for the outermost shell.
Since this normalized symbol for thermal insulation does not exist in LayOut, I have drawn it directly in SketchUp. Because here it is relatively easy to work with repetitions.
It looks a bit like a marker from google maps, which is rotated 180 times every second time.
However, if I now transfer the SketchUp file to LayOut, the lines for thermal insulation will not look right anymore.
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Can someone help me please, as I get exactly the material symbol in layout as you can see in the detail view in the picture from Sketchup above?
kindest regards Steve