Dear All, As you are most probably aware, with Archicad 24 we introduced
the Structural Analytical Model Exchange workflow. Now as some time has
gone by and you had a chance to try it out, I would be really interested
to hear your feedback. Please le...
Dear all, With Archicad 24 Update 2 we are releasing a pack of new MEP
objects created by one of our partners. These highly customizable MEP
distribution objects allow for more intuitive and easier modeling,
speeding up your workflow. You can downloa...
Dear all,As a Product Manager for MEP related developments I would like
to better understand the needs of architects and engineers using our
products. Because of this I have compiled the following survey:
https://bit.ly/GSMEP. Responses are more than...
Thanks! With this I was able to reproduce this issue in a new model as
well, it happens when you are trying to modify already connected sloped
elements. I will investigate this further with the development team and
see what we can do about this.
Hi Trevor, To the modelling challenge you described above, currently 3D
editing is your best bet. To the other points you raised: Could you
provide a bit more information about this? Is this happening when you
are trying to place two branches close t...
Ok, that is what I have thought as well. We are focusing on the 2D
representation and documentation for the 2.0 update. But we are also
researching how can we make the workflow better with other "branching"
elements, but this will come later.
The reason I'm asking for the file is because without it, we cannot
investigate what is the cause of this. I understand that it has to do
with the MEP routes and the built manhole, but this is not enough
information to go on and we have not received ...