To add room elements to your planogram:
- Switch to the Room task.
- Drag new elements to the viewing
The following room elements are available:
- Floor: an element with 1 material on
the top surface. By default floors are 600 × 600 cm (or
equivalent), have no bottom surface and no thickness. Combine
several floor elements to create non-rectangular sales floors.
- Wall: an element with a material on
its 2 sides. By default walls are 600 × 300 cm (or equivalent) and
have no thickness. You can combine multiple walls to create any
- Ceiling: an element with 1 material on
the lower surface. By default ceilings are 600 × 600 cm (or
equivalent), have no top surface and no thickness. You can combine
several ceiling elements to create non-rectangular rooms.
- Box: an element with 1 material
applied to all sides. By default boxes are 100 × 100 × 100 cm.
For a rectangular room, start by putting a
floor, and then add walls and a ceiling.
To create more complex rooms, you can combine
several floors, walls and ceilings and use boxes to create other
structural elements such as columns or obstacles.
When dragging each new element,
PlanogramBuilder tries to position, orient and dimension it to
match the existing elements. For example, dragging a new wall close
to a floor edge puts the new wall at the edge of the floor and
matches the floor edge length.
Note: you can resize room
element, including adding thickness.
Tip: If you want to re-use a room in
other planograms, save the room as a project
and make it a Template available in
Catalog to drag into any other planogram.
Example of a simple room
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