Posts Tagged ‘IFC’

AC21 IFC Hotlink

31 October 2017 Gareth Morgan No Comments
ARCHICAD 21, ifc, Tip of the Day

In ARCHICAD 21 the IFC can be inserted into the file direct from the Hotlinking dialog.


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Export Properties to IFC file

4 October 2016 Soto 1 Comment
ARCHICAD 20, Tip of the Day

If you are using ARCHICAD 20 new feature Property Manager and plan to share a BIM file as an IFC, you can make sure that your Properties are included in the file by just checking the translator. Go to File>Interoperability> IFC > IFC Translation Setup> Select a Translator > Export Options> Building Information Data to

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ARCHICAD Connection for Revit 2016

2 December 2015 Joshua Osborne 1 Comment
ArchiCAD, ArchiCAD 18, ArchiCAD 19, ifc, Tip of the Day

GRAPHISOFT have released the Add-in for Revit 2016… “The GRAPHISOFT ARCHICAD Connection is a free Add-In for Autodesk Revit softwares (including Revit Structure, Revit MEP and Revit Architecture). The Add-In improves the IFC model-based and bi-directional data exchange between GRAPHISOFT ARCHICAD and Autodesk Revit applications.” For further information, please see this page:  http://www.graphisoft.com/downloads/interoperability.html


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Revit <> IFC data exchange

27 May 2015 Joshua Osborne No Comments
ArchiCAD, Tip of the Day

Do you regularly exchange IFC data with Revit users? If so, please make sure the Revit user is using the ArchiCAD Connection plugin for Autodesk Revit applications. The ArchiCAD Connection is a free Add-In for Autodesk Revit softwares (including Revit Structure, Revit MEP and Revit Architecture). The Add-In improves the IFC model-based and bi-directional data

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ArchiCAD Connection add-in for Revit

2 April 2015 Joshua Osborne 2 Comments
ArchiCAD, ArchiCAD 18, Tip of the Day

Do you regularly exchange IFC data with Revit users? If so, please make sure the Revit user is using the ArchiCAD Connection plugin for Autodesk Revit applications. The ArchiCAD Connection is a free Add-In for Autodesk Revit softwares (including Revit Structure, Revit MEP and Revit Architecture). The Add-In improves the IFC model-based and bi-directional data

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Exchange model data with IFC

26 February 2015 Joshua Osborne 1 Comment
ArchiCAD, ArchiCAD 18, ifc, Tip of the Day

We can exchange 3D models between our collaborative team using the power of the IFC (Industry Foundation Classes) file format.  ArchiCAD has been involved with the IAI (International Alliance for Interoperability, BuildingSMART) organisation since 1996, and have certified IFC import and export functions. Importing an IFC model into ArchiCAD is as simple as using the

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Working with Revit users and IFC?

4 December 2014 Joshua Osborne No Comments
ArchiCAD, ArchiCAD 18, Tip of the Day

Do you regularly exchange IFC data with Revit users? If so, please make sure the Revit user is using the ArchiCAD Connection plugin for Autodesk Revit applications. The ArchiCAD Connection is a free Add-In for Autodesk Revit softwares (including Revit Structure, Revit MEP and Revit Architecture). The Add-In improves the IFC model-based and bi-directional data

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Model exchange using IFC

13 August 2014 Mark Horrocks No Comments
Tip of the Day

We can exchange 3D models between our collaborative team using the power of the IFC (Industry Foundation Classes) file format.  ArchiCAD has been involved with the IAI (International Alliance for Interoperability, BuildingSMART) organisation since 1996, and have certified IFC import and export functions. Importing an IFC model into ArchiCAD is as simple as using the

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Exchanging IFC data with Revit

14 April 2014 Joshua Osborne No Comments
ArchiCAD, ArchiCAD 17, Tip of the Day

Do you regularly exchange IFC data with Revit users?  If so, please make sure the Revit user is using the ArchiCAD Connection plugin for Autodesk Revit applications. The ArchiCAD Connection is a free Add-In for Autodesk Revit softwares (including Revit Structure, Revit MEP and Revit Architecture).  The Add-In improves the IFC model-based and bi-directional data exchange

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What is IFC?

28 August 2013 cadimage No Comments
ArchiCAD, Tip of the Day

A lot of people ask us this question and the simplest explanation is, IFC (Industry Foundation Classes) is a universal framework that allows different software packages to transfer information between each other with minimal data loss. So what does this mean? The traditional example would be an Architect using ArchiCAD collaborating with an Engineer who uses

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