Topics covered in this one-day class include:
- NON-STANDARD MODELING AND GRAPHICS: Slanted Walls; Complex Profiles, Complex and Composite Intersections
- CURTAIN WALL TOOL: Creating and Editing a Curtain Wall
- PLACING THE BIM IN CONTEXT: Add a Story for a Basement; Model a Site Terrain with the Mesh Tool; Create New Views
- THE “I” OF THE BIM (Information & Data): Create Door and Window Schedules; Create Zones for Presentation Plans
- LAYOUT BOOK: Automation & Sheet Setup
- PUBLISH – Customized Output is Automated; Open Organizer to create a new Publisher Set
- CUSTOMIZING YOUR WORKSPACE: The Work Environment Profile; Save your Workspace Settings
- TEAMWORK 2.0 BASICS: Sharing a project on a BIM Server
- CREATIVE IMAGING: Basic Photorendering Settings; Sketch Rendering; Sun Studies; Animations with simple path
- MAKING CUSTOM OBJECTS: Build a table; Build a Custom Door Panel; Build a Rectangular Window; Build a Custom Nonrectangular Window; Build Elevation Design Element using the 3D tilt-up method
Class size is limited to 8 students. AEC will provide a computer (Mac or Windows) for each participant to work on. There will be a 60 minute lunch break and two 15-minute breaks.
To register for this class, call AEC Infosystems at (410)435-3600, or email firstname.lastname@example.org. All major credit cards accepted.
The complete Introduction to ArchiCAD course consists of an initial class – Part 1 (AC101) and this second class, Part 2 (AC102). See the listing for AC101 for details.
PREREQUISITES: Introduction to ArchiCAD, Part 1 (AC101)
AIA Learning Units: 6.5