On-Demand Interoperability Workflows

Estimated Duration: 3h
Accreditation: 3 AIA LUs
Price: $300
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Discover Best Practices for Design Teams Using Archicad & Revit®

Architectural collaboration between Archicad users and Revit® users poses challenges different from traditional 2D CAD collaboration. As with most design process challenges, it is important to “Start with the end in mind.” Therefore, the course will start with a focus on reasonable expectations for architectural BIM collaboration workflows.

In small projects, it may be feasible to use one design tool. But the larger the project, the more stakeholders and disciplines are involved, so one tool becomes less likely to be the best for everyone, and interoperability workflows become essential.

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Before you begin, please download your course materials here. What's included in the download:

  • Archicad Interoperability Workflow Course Slides PDF
  • BIM Design Collaboration PDF
  • BIM Execution Plan PDF
  • Hotlink Management PDF

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Simply double click on the downloaded ZIP folder to open the contents.

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Rocely Chu
Posted 2 months ago
Different ways to import and export files into ArchiCAD and Revit

I like how how each file format are compared side by side to see the variation and difference from each.

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Lidia Madrid
Posted 2 months ago
In Depth and Easy to Follow

My expectations were to gain a basic understanding of workflow from Revit to Archicad and I felt like this course did more than that.

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Nathalia Weston
Posted 3 months ago
IFC Translators

Course was confusing in some areas, especially if I completed the course over a few days. Might have been easier to comprehend if some of the topics were condensed.

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Stephen Hofmann
Posted 3 months ago
Overlay of drawing to PDF

I dislikes the complexity of files

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Bradley Blankenbiller
Posted 5 months ago
Easy to follow

Information presented was easy to follow. Maybe could spend a little more time going over the pro's and con's of import/export file types (Extruded Revolved vs BREP, DWG import methods).

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Abbey Sinclair
Posted 6 months ago
It's fine

Our company doesn't work with other companies and we currently have no need for this stuff. It's interesting but boring at the same time. I will reference this video in the future if needed though.

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Andrew Myers
Posted 7 months ago
Importing and exporting of IFC files.

My expectations were about what the test and course section was. I just wasn't prepared for the complex questions at the end, which I should have been don't get me wrong.

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Mike Hreczkosiej
Posted 10 months ago
The most confusing topic out of my training.

This aspect is quite interesting, but confusing too. We have not set ourselves up to be successful in this aspect.

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Bradley Allen
Posted 2 years ago
What about other BIM software?

Overall this course was really useful in understanding how ifc works and how to set up ArchiCad for it. However it focused more specifically on how to set it up for Revit but not how to set it up for export to other BIM software packages. In particular I am referring to specialized wood framing software such as CadWork or Vertex BD since there seems to be some translation issues in that area.

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About your Presenter

Sally Struck is a BIM Consultant at Graphisoft North America where she leads training sessions and helps architectural firms adopting BIM and Archicad.