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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: ...

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: ...

Import MEP Data to ARCHICAD

The two most commonly used file formats to import data from MEP applications to ARCHICAD are DWG and IFC. Importing MEP Data via DWG MEP data from AutoCAD arrive in DWG format. The best practice is to import only the MEP content, plus the structural grid added for reference. Import the ...

IFC Workflow Between ARCHICAD and Revit MEP

Follow the steps below when collaborating with someone using Revit MEP 2012. TEST 1) Set Element Parameters Open the selection settings dialogue box for elements to adjust their IFC parameters. Define the Structural Function of the element. Set the…

Building Materials Dialog Box

Use the Options > Element Attributes > Building Material dialog box to define and/or edit Building Material definitions. These include: •Cut fill •Cut fill pens (foreground/background) •Intersection Priority •Fill orientation (if used for a composite ...

Overview

The GRAPHISOFT MEP Modeler for ARCHICAD 22 is an Add-On developed for the ARCHICAD user interface: architectural and engineering firms can model and edit 3D MEP (mechanical, electrical and plumbing) systems and networks (ductwork, pipework, cable trays) and coordinate them in ARCHICAD BIM models ...

Building Materials Dialog Box

Use the Options > Element Attributes > Building Material dialog box to define and/or edit Building Material definitions. These ...

Stair Settings: Rules and Standards

Use this panel of the main Stair Settings page to optionally set a preferred range of values for Stair geometry variables, e.g. to meet local Stair regulations. During Stair input, ARCHICAD will automatically create a Stair that adheres to Rules and Standards you define here.   ...