Luke Johnston, the former Marketing and Development Manager for the Britex Group (Australia) has some great advice for BIM content creators.
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Parameter Transfer in ArchiCAD (eyedropper and syringe) is an ultra basic concept. I really hope you already know everything I discuss in this video.
Creating custom empty openings in ArchiCAD is fairly easy. And it’s a great introduction into object making.
Are you frustrated with all the over detailed BIM content out there? Or all the under detailed content? It’s all your fault. Luke explains why.
Modlar is looking for new and innovative ways to provide BIM information to their subscribers. Would you be willing to come into their office in San Francisco, CA and provide feedback on how you utilize BIM on Wednesday February 19th, 2014 or Thursday February 20th, 2014?
I’m always being asked how to get content from SketchUp to ArchiCAD. It couldn’t be easier. Here’s a video showing you how.
A quick lesson on pocket doors in ArchiCAD. The video will also teach you a little about composites and niches.
Guest Blogger Kristian Bursell shares his thoughts on free ArchiCAD content from manufacturers.
Jared’s Note: As should surprise no one, Kristian’s post comparing ArchiCAD GDL vs Revit Families caused quite a stir on both sides of the ArchiCAD vs Revit divide. I am both thrilled and honored that Martijn de Riet has written a wonderful response to Kristian’s comparison, from the Revit side of …
“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 Better Detail Marker for ArchiCAD by Master Script is an awesome little tool to add to your box. The Object basically allows you to adjust how the tail will look while removing the arrow at the markers’ head. The stock ArchiCAD detail markers have limited adjustments of various types …
After the successful Ceiling Editor and Floating Dimension objects the next BIM component has arrived in the “Wish upon an Object from BIMcomponents.com”. The Random City component is a very useful tool when you want to place schematic buildings or town parts simply and quickly into the background of an …