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Cookbook3_1 de ARCHICAD

Cookbook3_1 de ARCHICAD

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LIBRO PARA EL DISEÑO DE OBJETOS GDL Y GSM EN ARCHICAD, COMO MUEBLES, PUERTAS O VENTANAS.
LIBRO PARA EL DISEÑO DE OBJETOS GDL Y GSM EN ARCHICAD, COMO MUEBLES, PUERTAS O VENTANAS.

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by David Nicholson-Cole and guests 
 The GDL Cookbook 
 Version 3 Teach yourself GDL by the Cookbook method&‘ArchiCAD Tips and Tricks’
 
 The GDL Cookbook 3
 The SOURCE of all that is good in GDL • and • ArchiCAD Tips and Tricks
by David Nicholson-Cole with guest contributions 
 
The GDL Cookbook 3
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LL rights reserved. Printed in the United Kingdom of Great Britain. No part of this book, or the software withit, may be copied or reproduced in any form, or by any means,or stored in a database or retrieval system, without prior per-mission of the publisher, except in the case of brief quota-tions embodied in critical articles or reviews. Making copiesof any part of this book for any purpose other than yourown use is a violation of UK copyright laws.
Cookbook Website>
http://www.nottingham.ac.uk/sbe/cookbook/ with additional material on http://www.innotts.co.uk/exmicro/
 The GDL Cookbook is distributed 
 
through Graphisoft and ArchiCAD dealers,through the Internet and by word of mouth.
• ISBN 0 9535216 0 5 First published March 98; Version 2.0 June 1999; Version 2.1 February 2000;Version 3.0 December 2000
This edition: Cookbook 3.01 May 2001
Text printed by Alpha Graphics, Angel Row, Nottingham, England, covers by Adlard Print.Set in Britannica, Garamond and Frutiger, using Adobe Pagemaker on a Macintosh G3
The GDL Cookbook is available in chunks, as a series of web based supplements,Cookbook X-Tracts. Please look at the Cookbook website for further information.The GDL Cookbook was largely written by David Nicholson-Cole GDLA, but for thisedition, he has brought in contributions from expert friends. This team effort hasadded a richer variety and a visibly elevated level of expertise to the content. Inparticular, Dwight Atkinson MAIBC of Vancouver, Canada has been most helpful as atechnical proofreader, and Laurent Godel GDLA has made a substantial contribution..
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HIS book and the software included on disk is sold as is, without warranty of any kind, either expressed or im-plied. While every precaution has been taken in the prepa-ration of this book, the Author and the Publisher assume noresponsibility for errors or omissions. Neither is any liability accepted for damages resulting from the use of the informa-tion or instructions contained herein. All terms used in this book that are known to be trade-marks have been capitalised.
Key to Illustrations:
Front cover and interleaves:
Staircase at 9 Sloane St by Eva Jiricna, model byCathy Wood (University of Nottingham 1998), one of DNC’s students.
Front cover:
The Tower crane, July 2000, by David Nicholson-Cole
Front cover and interleaves:
Design idea for Railway station, Stuart Buckenham,Stuart Winter, Andy Hitchcock, David Nicholson-Cole.
Inside front cover:
Pinero structure for a Railway Station, by David Nicholson-Cole.
 The GDL Cookbook 3, the SOURCE of all that is good in GDL, is published by Marmalade Graphics, Nottingham ©1998, 1999, 2000Marmalade Graphics, 15 Elmtree Ave, West Bridgford, Nottingham NG2 7JU, England International Tel +44-115-945-5077 : Fax +44-115-945-5121: UK Tel 0115-945-5077 : Fax 0115-945-5121:email:
davidnc@innotts.co.uk / david.nicholson-cole@nottingham.ac.uk/ david.nicholson-cole@ntlworld.com
"The sea is dangerous and its storms terrible, but these obstacles have never been sufficient reason to remain ashore... Unlike the mediocre, intrepid spirits seek victory over those things that seem impossible... it is with an iron will that they embark on the most daring of all endeavours... to meet the shadowy future without fear and conquer the unknown."Ferdinand Magellan, Explorer (c.1520)

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