WHAT DOES ELEMENT-LEVEL MODELING MEAN IN ARCHICAD 23?
ARCHICAD 23 offers element-level modeling features
ARCHICAD 23 announced with a brand-new structural modeling tool for column and beams. This new feature is not just a fancy upgrade of existing column and beam tool, but a revolutionary solution that enables element-level modeling for columns and beams. It comes very handy specially when we are dealing with modeling, data management, and documentation of prefabricated structural elements such as reinforced concrete, steel, timber and composite structures. Read more...
ARCHICAD 23 - COLUMN AND BEAM
The brand-new and advanced Column and Beam tools increase accuracy and speed of structural modeling and documentation
PERFORMANCE, A DIFFERENTIATING KEY FOR ARCHICAD 23
Performance, a differentiating key for ARCHICAD 23
ARCHICAD 23 brings a fast and highly reliable performance to deal with BIM models. We all know multi-core process capacity of ARCHICAD as a key differentiator between ARCHICAD and other BIM authoring software, but the new version of ARCHICAD brings much more smart way manage resources to provide better user experience. Read more...
ARCHITECTURAL VS ENGINEERING OPENINGS IN ARCHICAD 23
A dedicated Opening Tool for structural opening in ARCHICAD 23
In ARCHICAD 23 we can use a new tool to place openings in load-bearing elements. This tool enables architects and engineers to easily exchange data about openings in structural elements such as beams or load-bearing walls, but very smartly for structural reasons not applicable to columns. For instance, now when architects need to consider the space for passing pipes, they can place the new opening type in their model, which would be referenced and considered in both structural and MEP model as a structural opening. Read more...