Its almost a year since we asked a lot of our customers what frustrated them the most about drafting and designing in ArchiCAD. Their number 1 answer: Electrical setout! For a wide variety of reasons this was slow, unproductive, cumbersome and produced poor results For Example: Range of symbols in library was poor, needed more
If you’ve logged in to download your Cadimage Tools recently, you may have noticed a change in the versions numbers. Until recently, all of our version numbers for the tools used the ArchiCAD Versions they applied to – so the ArchiCAD 17 Tools were all versioned as 17.x.xx Due to changes we’ve been making in
The Coverings tool for V16 has been updated & released as a hotfix for V16 This fix includes a lot of elements hidden from the user interface… but the end result is that the Coverings tool is a lot more stable We recommend you download & install the update for a better experience with the
Press Release Auckland, New Zealand and Bristol, United Kingdom, Monday January 14th 2013. Cadimage Group Limited of Auckland, New Zealand, today announces the acquisition of Encina and the formation of Cadimage UK Limited. Cadimage Group has acquired all the assets of Encina Limited and Cadimage UK has been formed to continue the work that has
ArchiCAD 16 versions of the Cadimage Tools are now all released, and we’re pretty pleased with ourselves with what has been one of the most successful, well-polished releases we’ve ever made. So what now? We have a perfectly serviceable set of developers here, but what should they do? We reckon that you, our customers, are
We identified quality control as one area requiring attention. It’s going to take a few months to turn this weakness into a strength, but we have outlined a path to achieve this. At the end of the road, we want to take pride in the quality and dependability of our software. Some hard decisions we
Each component is now a logical group of settings including Model, Materials and Appearance properties. So it makes sense to be able to save the complete bunch of settings as a preset. So when you choose a preset tile roof cladding, you are selecting not only the cladding type and dimensions, but also the plan
Until now, Materials and Appearance have been separated from the rest of the settings. For instance, you could navigate to the Cladding page of Roof Coverings, and choose a cladding type and dimensions. But to set the material and pens for the cladding, you would have to navigate first to the Materials page, then to
Attribute presets replace individual pens, fills and line types. This provides a number of benefits: 1. Set default attributes Save an attribute presets with your preferred pens, fills and line-types and every object that uses that attribute preset will now use your preferences. This is a very quick way to set your default attributes. 2.
There has been a drive to simplify the Settings dialog wherever possible, and maintain consistency across all library parts. As a result certain items have been eliminated. These items include the roundels that used to appear on the left of standard groups of settings, and the blue star beside preset controls.