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1401 Introduction to BIM with Vectorworks (Short Sharp Manuals 2014) Jonathan Pickup

1401 Introduction to BIM with Vectorworks (Short Sharp Manuals 2014)

Jonathan Pickup

Published November 15th 2014
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Kindle Edition
90 pages
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BIM (Building Information Modeling) is not just about drawings, it is about the way you create your designs. BIM is not so much about the model as it is about the activity of Building Information Modeling (creating the 3D, creating information, andMoreBIM (Building Information Modeling) is not just about drawings, it is about the way you create your designs. BIM is not so much about the model as it is about the activity of Building Information Modeling (creating the 3D, creating information, and making that information available to others).BIM has been around as a concept for many years, but it has gained much more popularity lately. Some countries have decided that all government projects will have to be delivered using BIM principles. This means that many users are now very keen to learn about BIM.Using BIM means that as well as creating 2D drawings for plans, sections, and elevations, you can draw walls, floors, roofs and other 3D forms in Vectorworks and use these to create up-to-date plans, sections and elevations, as well as extracting non-graphic information from the model such as a finish schedule, door and window schedule, as well as information about wall and glass areas. BIM is not just a new catch phrase, it is also a more efficient way of creating drawings in Vectorworks.