MEP Modeler User Guide for ARCHICAD 20

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Overview

The GRAPHISOFT MEP Modeler is an Add-On developed for the ARCHICAD user interface: architectural and engineering firms can model ...

MEP Library

MEP Library: Use Library Manager to load this library. If you are using the MEP Template provided with the Add-on, this library ...

MEP Connection Ports

MEP Elements all have connection ports: these are represented by hotspots to which you can connect another MEP element. (Certain ...

MEP Systems

The pens, colors and materials used to depict MEP elements in your project are defined as attributes called MEP Systems. The MEP ...

MEP Preferences

General preferences for working with MEP are set in Design > MEP Modeling > MEP Preferences (or use the MEP Preferences ...

MEP Routing Function

Use the Routing function to place multiple connected MEP Elements with a series of clicks. Routing is available in the ...

Resize MEP Elements

Use this function to resize and/or change the shape and common parameters of a whole series of connected elements in your MEP ...

Edit Selected Elements

This function enables you to adjust certain settings of multiple selected MEP elements - even if the selected elements have been ...

Collision Detection

Use the MEP Collision Detection function to identify places in the project where MEP elements intersect with each other and with ...