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About model and data exchange with 3rd party solutions: Revit, Solibri, dRofus, Bluebeam, structural analysis solutions, and IFC, BCF and DXF/DWG-based exchange, etc.

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Resolved! Scheduling Slabs

Are slabs (used as building masses in a Master Planning Study) able to be read by a Zone? It doesn't seem to be working and I'm baffled as to why a Zone can't itemize slabs contained entirely within them.

Resolved! sq m to sq feet expression and schedules

Hi I need to have sq meter and square feet in a schedule. I can convert the numbers with an expression but when the schedule sums the zones the figure is shown as m2. Am I missing something in the expression or in the schedule? or am I asking somethi...

Anonymous by Not applicable
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IFC Beam Properties

Hey Everyone, I*m currently working with the Ifc manager and translator and i have a problem. i'm trying to asign to "ifcbeam" the property of profile rotation and it's not working. In the translator i can asign the angle within the plane but not the...

Anonymous by Not applicable
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Schedule and merged zones

Greetings all, I'm trying to create a schedule of zones indicating each unit in a larger development. Some of the units are split levels, half of the apartment is on Level 1 and the other half on Level 2. I have placed zones (one on each level) to sh...

fhedberg by Contributor
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Default value for specific classification

Hello, Is it possible to assign a default value for a property within a specific classification or a specific branch ? For example : I have my own classification system which has a Thermal transmittance in a Flooring branch and in my Wall branch. Whe...

Using ArchiCAD 20 to import survey data

I'm trying to figure out the best approach to get 3D data from a surveyor into ArchiCAD 20. DWGs, DXFs, Sketchup files, and Google Earth files have all been tried. It appears that nothing is working. I've tried importing external drawings, using the ...

Anonymous by Not applicable
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