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Archicad model guidelines for IFC

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12-01-2011 12:34 PM

We are about to embark on our second consecutive project for an Archicad architect.

Its only a small hospital, so not major :-o


I understand that there are ways & means of modeling in Archicad (a program I have never so much as looked at a desktop icon for) that help get a better quality IFC export/import into Revit.


Does anyone know of any good practice guidlines I can offer the Architect to encourage him to model in a manner that gives me a good (or at least better) quality model to work from?


The other project we are doing is full of holes - most of the detail comes through, but some of the floor & ceiling slabs dont.


I already have the Improved IFC Inport tool from Graphisoft.



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