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allen_dong
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Exporting IFC

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01-19-2006 03:20 PM
Hi,
I create a six surface "box" building and put a room tag in this building in order to get a 'space". However, when I exported it as a IFC file, i found there is no slab and roof in the exported IFC file. Anyone suggestions?

By the way, how to correctly creat a room that considered having a space so I can exported as gbXML and IFC file?

Thank you!

Allen
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allen_dong
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Re: Exporting IFC

01-19-2006 03:26 PM in reply to: allen_dong
It seems the gbXML file is exported correctly.

Actually, I found this problem in Architectural Desktop 3.3. as well. There is no slab and roof in IFC file!
*Aaron Rumple
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Re: Exporting IFC

01-19-2006 03:28 PM in reply to: allen_dong
Did you just do a "mass"? Or did you draw walls, floor and roof? With a
space bounded by walls - drop in a room tag and you'll have a space.

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Hi,
I create a six surface "box" building and put a room tag in this building in
order to get a 'space". However, when I exported it as a IFC file, i found
there is no slab and roof in the exported IFC file. Anyone suggestions?

By the way, how to correctly creat a room that considered having a space so
I can exported as gbXML and IFC file?

Thank you!

Allen
CMU
Active Member
allen_dong
Posts: 8
Registered: ‎01-19-2006
Message 4 of 4 (87 Views)

Re: Exporting IFC

01-19-2006 04:28 PM in reply to: allen_dong
I draw wall, floor and roof. And i did drop in a room tag and I have space.

However, the exported IFC file did not have roof and slab, only has four walls.

I have no idea..
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