Using a scale ruler to measure and mark drawings with needed measurements is an important skill to master for anyone working on technical drawings. Transcript.So on the scale ruler worksheet, we’re going to take our scale ruler. For those of you that have this one here, we have your 1″ scale, 1/2″ scale and 1/4″ scale. There are different scales on this piece of paper. We’re going to fold this… Read More »How to use a scale ruler and our practice worksheet.
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Vectorworks Seating Sections using Known Section Size is an easy method of laying out seating for events held in hotel ballrooms and conference centers.
Using Vectorworks with Fire Marshal Plans to figure out required paths of egress and aisle spacing. If you would like work create your own seating layouts with Vectorworks, this tutorial is the first of several covering how to read the regulations when working on seating layouts.
Including lighting unit dimensions will save you a lot of time during your load in time. You don’t want to have technicians measuring with a scale ruler each time. Here I show how to use a scale rule on a pipe full of lights to add Dimensions Between Lighting Units Transcript of my video showing Dimensions Between Lighting Units: This is our worksheet for working with a scale ruler. As… Read More »Dimensions Between Lighting Units
This video is about drafting Light Plots. It’s a first draft of this series covering pencil drafting. It’s posted early so I can use it for a current stage lighting class and I’ll get to cleaning it up soon. How to use drafting templates. USITT symbols. Pencil drafting.
This video is about drafting Light Plots – Drawing Booms. It’s a first draft of this series covering pencil drafting and I’ve already found some mistakes. It’s posted early so I can use it for a current stage lighting class and I’ll get to cleaning it up soon.