Hi FragiLimbel, There are several approaches depending on your scope and
complexity, but there a few key aspects I would consider: 1. Decide if
you need (or want) aerial imagery on your site. There are a couple of
good videos (Jared Banks did one tha...
The mesh tool provides three types: Surface, Skirt, and Solid Body.
However, the growth of BIM has increased the demand for technical site
accuracy. BIM visualization and technical coordination for civil,
hardscape design, and landscape architecture ...
Hmmm, Just used the Stair tool in AC 22. My stair config was
problematic, but the tool recommended a fix and when I chose the desired
option, it appeared to problem solve just fine. Then, when working with
a cutting plane, AC22 went into suspense. I ...
How can I have 'To Be Demolished' zones areas show as negative values in
my zone schedule calculations? I am working on a floor area schedule and
have totals for the 'To Be Demolished' zones and a total for the 'New'
zones. Having these totals also b...
I can appreciate the costs, as I pay out-of-pocket for my Archicad. What
I did was budget out my BIM platform needs over a 3-year timeline at a
time, for both hardware and software.After setting the initial costs, I
set aside $500/yr for hardware plu...
Just starting out with PARAMO. Great tool. Below are a few additional
‘wishes’:> Imperial units option in WE (or a setting or function within
the editor).> Greater decimal places to the right in values and steps.
Small objects are showing a lot of “0...
… or a bad object in the section, like a stair that is not calculating
properly in section (though that normally returns an error). Maybe try a
different, simpler, section and see if that one is successful.