With the appearance of Space Scanners in the Construction Industry Scene, I was recently presented with an As-Built derived from Point-Clouds. NOT A SINGLE WALL IS SQUARE OR PLUMBED on the DWG.
Realize that nothing in the “real world” turns out squared nor plumbed. Just as certain that a wall-plane is not “straight” even though the resulting CAD shows the wall to be perfectly straight in the field.
How do designers determine which plane to follow when walls need to meet one another in something “near” to the perpendicular? Do Designers, for the sake of drawing, “average” out what X and Y should be?
Any Pro’s out there confronted the conundrum of designing/drawing off-axes? Any pointers on how to push through such workflow process in SKP?
Regards to All