I have an IFC model that I've created with Revit and checked with Solibri. When I bring the model into Archicad, it sends all the doors 400' feet or so into the air. It will also improperly trim walls to roofs and window openings and leave strange wall cuts.
I've tried adjusting all of the elevation settings and project 0 to no avail. It seems to be a problem with the sill height in connection to it's referenced story which can only be corrected by individually editing each door individually, which is useless for interoperability.
I have the latest IFC update and have checked that the model is perfect in solibri.
regarding the doors..
all of the doors stack into 4 levels, with all the doors being at the same 4 elevations. I know in the revit model, that this is not the case for the doors and that they are at different levels. So editing each door to go back to it's original elevation is out of the question.
we're trying to coordinate a revit project with our archicad project, so we'll need to be able to update the ifc import model frequently so editing components individually isn't practical for productivity.
it's actually setting the sill heights of the doors to something like 430'. I think this may have to do with the project 0 reference.
I've tried resetting the project zero to 430' and importing the .ifc model with an elevation gain of 430' with the same results.
The IFC model imports the corresponding layers from the Revit model and I import it using a new project with only 1 level set. I've also tried manually adding in the levels at the corresponding elevations prior to the .ifc import, again with the same results.