A quick way of inserting the representation of the terrain to our model
is using the point cloud import feature of Archicad. Point clouds are
more and more popular since they can give the most detailed surveying
results, however at the same time need...
It’s been mentioned many times regarding Archicad that any type of
element, object or opening can be freely created or imported and
customized with it. There are many workflow descriptions in general, but
most of them cover only parts of the workflow...
A quick way of keeping your rendered images up-to-date without
re-rendering them manually after changing the model is to use the 3D
Only panel of the View Settings. Instead of rendering the specific
camera views, then saving and placing the final .jp...
Working with the Zones requires a few manual adjustments which can be
missed easily, such as setting the Floor Finish text to represent the
same as the Cover Fill set for the floor plan representation. This
process can be automatized with a very simp...
Prepare the AutoCAD file Open Surveyor’s dwg file and check whether it
is done as per local practice/standards, for example: Units = Meters
Block or Point is used to represent each survey point and placed at a
correct global coordinate (X,Y,Z) – Use ...