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Collision Detection

Use this function to identify collisions among 3D elements in the model. A collision occurs when two or more elements physically intersect. Collision Detection works by checking for collisions between any two groups of elements. The groups are defined by criteria chosen by you. For example, ...

Collision Detection

Use this function to identify collisions among 3D elements in the model. A collision occurs when two or more elements physically intersect. ...

Collision Detection

Use this function to identify collisions among 3D elements in the model. A collision occurs when two or more elements physically intersect. ...

Collision Detection Enhancements

The Collision Detection feature, introduced in ARCHICAD 21, has been further enhanced: •   New Volume and optional Surface ...

Building Materials: Collision Detection Setting

Migrate from ARCHICAD 17 and earlier. The Building Materials dialog box has a “Participates in Collision Detection” checkbox in the Properties panel. This is useful for defining whether particular building components - parts of composite or complex elements - should be exported in ...

Define Element Criteria

In several ARCHICAD functions, you specify a group of elements by criteria before carrying out the function: •Find & Select •Graphic Override Rules •Collision Detection •Reserve Elements by Criteria (Teamwork) •Interactive Schedule Schemes You can set up ...

Predefined Criteria Sets

Several ARCHICAD functions require that you specify elements by criteria. You can set up these criteria manually. But to streamline the search for elements, you can use built-in or customized Criteria Sets instead, in the following functions: •Find & Select •Collision ...

Geometry Conversion for IFC Export

File > Interoperability > IFC > IFC Translators Choose a Translator for Export and open the Geometry Conversion preset.   These settings define how to convert the geometry of ARCHICAD elements exported to IFC. The conversion settings are divided into categories: ...