Im not an ArchiCAD user, but trying to learn more about it just to be
informed... If I understand correctly, in ArchiCAD, you must use a
spearate program to plot your sheets? So as you make changes to your
model and need to plot a new set, when you o...
laszlonagy wrote:If I understand correctly, Types are usually separate
objects (Families in Revit). For example, a 900x2100 door is a separate
object and a 1000x2100 is another object. ArchiCAD GDL object can have
many-many parameters and they don't ...
Bricklyne wrote:...looks to me like some Catenary and Tensile membrane
structure calculating algorithm I saw a few years ago that some MIT grad
students had developed. I guess they got hired by Autodesk...Even the
image they use in Vasari's splash sc...
Tomtomas wrote:Thank you for example. But even simple non-associative
door schedule can show such mistakes. Now, what will happen if you
change the door width in the schedule? Will the door width in the model
increase to the left, to the right or bot...
Tomtomas wrote:And the most sensible way for the architect to make
changes in 3D model is to edit 3D model itself, not the schedule. It's
the easiest way to avoid modeling mistakes. Sure...but sometimes we make
mistakes graphically in a 3D model. Qui...
metanoia wrote:Why is it wrong? It's powerful and convenient, and I
wouldn't be caught without it. Don't knock it til you try it Revit
users do complain about some things Revit does -- this is not one of
them. and to further what Wes said....some c...