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If you are looking for other Objects to add to your project – have you tried searching BIMcomponents.com? All you need to do is use the search field in the Object Tool to search directly from ArchiCAD… This also works with Doors and Windows
BIM Components is the main portal for us to access ArchiCAD objects, and we can do this directly from the Object Tool in ArchiCAD. But there is another Object provider that has an ArchiCAD App that you can install to give you 1000’s more ArchiCAD objects at your finger tips. You can read info on
There are a large number of objects available for download on the BIM Components Portal. If you don’t believe me, try searching for WC. Over 50 library parts will show up. Some of these objects may be useful. Others may be useless. It’s like a box of chocolates – you never know what you’re gonna
Anchor Point When placing your objects, Set your anchor point to match your insertion point. I.E. A bed object anchor could be the middle of the bed head, a pot plant could be the center of the pot. Each object will have a number of options to choose from indicated by an ‘X‘ on the
Object Subtypes If you are making your own objects for in house use or to share on BIM Components make sure you choose the correct subtype.Object Subtypes are the starting point definition for objects in ArchiCAD correct definition of these is both good practice and key to how these objects appear when performing certain functions
If you got everything but the kitchen sink for Christmas. You can get your Kitchen Sink from our website. While you are there, check out the other awesome objects that are also available. Like Taps.
Looking for more GDL Objects? Have a look at http://www.archicadwiki.com/LinkCollection/GDL_Object_Downloads for a comprehensive list of ArchiCAD Object Download Sites.
Last week we prepared a bunch of objects ready for uploading to the Object Browser. We also took the opportunity to document some of our processes around object design and quality control. That proved to be a very interesting exercise, and we’re now at a point that we can start outsourcing some of our object
As you may have noticed, along with producing the Cadimage tools and writing these scintillating Blog posts, we also make objects for ArchiCAD. Some of them are free and some you’ll have to be a subscriber to get (more on that later). All of our objects are parametric, easy to use, and have a graphical