Is there any parametric object or add-on for ArchiCAD that makes
load-bearing masonry? It is great to estimate quantities. There are many
for Revit, but I didn't find anything for ArchiCAD so far. Thanks,
In the Object Settings dialog box, there is a option to browse the
library by object subtype. Although the IFC entity structure isn`t the
best, it's great to keep objects on the same subject folder, even if
they are actually in different file folders...
I need to calculate glazed area of windows and doors in each zone of my
project. It is quite simple with windows, the Windows Surface Area
parameter does the job. But not with doors, since there is glazed area
just with doors made with glass leafs, n...
Tabs works well with all kind of views (Sections, Elevations,
Worksheets, etc) except with Floor Plans. We all know you can have only
one Floor Plan and one 3D window open at a time. Ok, but this limitation
is not the problem. The problem is when you...
I'm trying to model a railing with glass panel and brackets as shown on
the photo below. This model is very common in my country. Well, ArchiCAD
does have brackets but they come with the upper and the bottom all
together. You can't choose just the bo...
ejrolon wrote: That line happens when you have two of the same object
occupying the same space. If I am correct then moving one of the CWs
should fix it. --- On the other point you don't need 2 CWs to have
different rows. The Contrabim video shows ho...
LaszloNagy wrote: Electric Flute, I will also be interested in the
solution you come up with. As the first (odd) row blocks differ from the
second (even) row blocks, the load-bearing masonry project needs 2 plan
views (1st row view and 2nd row view)....
ejrolon wrote: On another note the original screenshot from RVT
indicates that the wall is a Curtain Wall too. So now I am more confused
as to why using the CW tool in AC is too much hassle. Thanks Eduardo.
You are right, the Revit exemple above is m...