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DCO Floor Equipment

This question was originally posted on DCIM Support by John Smith on 2017-10-27


I would like to request some Genomes for Floor Equipment or a way to build them?

Looking for desks, chairs, lab tables. Something generic where I can adjust the dimensions of length, width, height. This way I can show something in in place and not just empty space.

Would really like a way to create my own models!

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Re: DCO Floor Equipment

This answer was originally posted on DCIM Support by Jeff Shaw on 2017-10-27


I recommend using the existing genomes for "Block" or "Unpowered floor equipment". You can add this to your genome from the library, change the name, height, width, depth and weight to match the floor equipment you'd like to add. The physical representation in the 3D view won't be exact to the desks/chairs etc, but the physical space used will be represented on the floor layout.

I hope that helps! 

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Re: DCO Floor Equipment

This answer was originally posted on DCIM Support by Stanislav Kalianov on 2017-10-30


Hi John

Here is a video tutorial demonstrating how to create custom equipment from generic genomes. As mentioned above, it would not be exact 3D representation. Another thing to keep in mind, that generic block prevents airflow, while typical office desk does not affect airflow that much.

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