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The complete ArchiCAD – BIM Professional

ARCHICAD -Improves the architectural design and documentation workflow for building facades
Instructor:
Swaylen CAD I CAM I CAE Expert
110 students enrolled
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Opening and navigating an ArchiCAD project
Setting up working units and stories
Importing drawings
Modeling walls, slabs, doors, and windows
Grouping and Ungrounding Object
Creating Section and Elevations
Working with Dimension
Publishing Drawing
Modeling and Documenting detailed designs
Create Custom Family
Element, Component and Surface Schedule Calculation
Model Visualization
Walk Through 3d

Learn ArchiCAD Best BIM (Building information modeling) Software with us

What is ArchiCAD?

ArchiCAD is an architectural BIM CAD software tool developed by Graphisoft. It offers specialized solutions for handling all common aspects of aesthetics and engineering during the whole design process of the built environment — buildings, interiors, urban areas, etc.

ArchiCAD is recognized as the first CAD product on a personal computer able to create both 2D drawings and parametric 3D geometry. Third-party vendors and manufacturers of architectural products have compiled libraries of architectural components for use in ArchiCAD. The program includes Geometric Description Language (GDL) used to create new components.

Various free and commercial add-on products and extensions add extra functionality to ArchiCAD or provide further data exchange possibilities with other software applications. ArchiCAD introduces a comprehensive ecosystem of solutions to ease the creation, sharing, and finding of custom BIM Components.

Why should you learn?

  • ArchiCAD is a complete design suite with 2D and 3D drafting, visualization and other functions for architects, designers and planners. By learning ArchiCAD, you will learn a wide range of software applications that would cover most of the design needs of an architectural office such as:

  • 2D CAD – drawing tools for creating accurate and detailed technical drawings.

  • 3D Modeling – a 3D CAD interface specially developed for architects capable of creating various kind of building forms.

  • Architectural rendering and Visualization software – a high performance rendering tool to produce photorealistic pictures or videos.

  • Desktop publishing – with similar features to mainstream DTP software to compose printed materials using technical drawings pixel-based images and texts.

  • Document management – a central data storage server with remote access, versioning tool with backup and restore features

  • Building information modeling software – not just a collection of the above mentioned applications with an integrated user interface but a novel approach to building design called BIM

Learning  Objectives Cover:-

  • Swaylen , we help you master the following capabilities of ArchiCAD:

  • ArchiCAD’S MORPH feature which allows you to create element with any custom geometry in an intuitive graphical way, featuring popular modeling techniques. The MORPH tool is an optimal solution for creating custom BIM components, custom structures, and custom elements of the built environment as well as custom-designed building interiors.

  • ArchiCAD’s new modeling capabilities, connected with the cloud-based BIM Component database that allow you to create, search, upload, and download custom BIM components of your choice.

  • The built-in Energy Evaluation functionality of ArchiCAD which allows architects to perform reliable dynamic energy evaluation of their BIM model within ArchiCAD, relying on BIM geometry analysis and accurate hour-by-hour online weather data of the building’s location.

  • New features of ArchiCAD’s 3D editing workflows and performance.

Learning Outcome

  • You will learn to work with data-enhanced parametric objects, often called “smart objects” by users.

  • You will learn to create a “virtual building” with virtual structural elements like walls, slabs, roofs, doors, windows and furniture; and use a large variety of pre-designed, customizable objects come with the program.

  • You will know how to work with either a 2D or 3D representation on the screen; export two-dimensional drawings.

  • You will know how to generate plans, elevations, and sections from the three dimensional virtual building model and update changes.

Introduction

1
Introduction

Including topic in this Lecture

- History of ArchiCAD

- Features of ArchiCAD

- Startup of ArchiCAD

- Template Selection

- Introduction of Standard Menus

- Explain Elevation View Types

2
L-2 Grid And Background Settings

Including Topic In This Lecture

- Grid Display/Hide

- Grid Settings

- Grid Color Settings

- Background Color Settings

3
L-3 Level Settings

Including Topic In This Lecture

- Basic Concept of Levels

- How to Create Levels

- Hide / Unhide Levels

- Levels In Millimeter

- Levels In Meter

- Levels in Feet

- How to Delete Levels

4
L-4 Working Unit Settings

Including Topic In This Lecture

- How to Set Working Unit of Drawing

- Create Wall With Different Working Unit

- How to Set Dimension Unit In Drawing

- How to Apply Dimension In Drawing

- Set Dimension In Level View

Build

1
L-5 Introduction and Create Wall Command

Including Topic In This Lecture

- Basic Concepts of Different Types of Wall

- Simple Overview of Different Types of Wall

- How to Create Wall

- Different Types of Geometry Method For Create Wall

2
L-6 Wall Command Part-2

Including Topic In This Lecture

- Reference line location of wall (Outside Face, Inside face, Center)

- Reference line location of wall (Core Outside, Core inside, Core Center)

- Different Types of Structure of Wall

- Linked Stories Of Wall (Home Level And Top Level)

- Bottom And Top Offset Of Wall

- Set Wall Thickness

- Create Slanted Wall

- Surface Override Materials

3
L-7 Create Object With Wall Command

Including Topic In This Lecture

- How to Create Wall By Reference Drawing or Exercise File

- Set Level of Foundation Wall

- Set Level of Simple Wall

- Set Structure of Wall

- Wall Modification Options

4
L-8 Wall End Command (Different Types of Wall End)

Including Topic In This Lecture

- Different Types of Wall End (Generic, Partition, Structural)

5
L-9 Window Command

Including Topic In This Lecture

- Different Types of Window

- How to Place Window in Drawing

- Set Anchor point of Window

- How to Set Size of Window

- Set Sill/Header Height of Window

- Marker Type For Window

- Floor Plan Display Options

- ID and Properties For Window

6
L-10 Window Command Part-2

Including Topic In This Lecture

- How to Place Different Types of Window

- Change Window

- Set Reveal to Core Wall For Window

- Set Frame Width

- Set Different types of Sashes in Your Window

- Add Different Sashes In Window

- Grid Setup For Window

- Set Handle For Window

- Opening Type and Opening Angle for Window

7
L-11 Corner Window Command

Including Topic In This Lecture

- Place The Corner Window In Drawing

- How to Set Size of Corner Window

- Set Sill/Header Height of Corner Window

- How to Modify/ Replace Corner Window

- Add Different Sashes In Corner Window

- Opening Type and Opening Angle for Corner Window

8
L-12 Create Object With Window Command

Including Topic In This Lecture

- How to Place Window In Drawing or Exercise File

- How to Place Window With Dimension In Drawing

- How to Modify Window

9
L-13 Door Command

Including Topic In This Lecture

- Different Types of Door

- How to Place Door in Drawing

- Set Anchor point of Door

- How to Set Size of Door

- Set Sill/Header Height of Door

- Marker Type For Door

- Floor Plan Display Options

- ID and Properties For Door

10
L-14 Door Command Part-2

Including Topic In This Lecture

- Different Types of Door

- Set Reveal to Core Wall For Door

- Reveal Flip Options

- Different Door Leaf Type Options

- Set Door Handle With Position

- Door Opening And Opening Angle Options

- Door Masonry Arch Options

11
L-15 Place Door In Your Drawing

Including Topic In This Lecture

- How to Place Different Types of Door

- Change The Size of Door

- Change The Sill/Header Height of Door

- How to Flip Door

- How to Rotate door

- Set Door Opening Angle or Door Opening Type

12
L-16 Set Different Types of Door Pattern

Including Topic In This Lecture

- How to Modify Door (ctrl+T)

- Different Door Leaf Type Options

- Set Door Handle With Position

- Set Leaf Thickness

13
L-17 Create Floor Using Slab Command

Including Topic In This Lecture

- Different Types of Slab

- Ceiling

- Generic Slab

- Structural Slab

- Layer Option

- Different Geometry Method of Slab Command

- Explanation of Reference Plane Location

- Structure of Floor (Slab) Command

- Floor Plan Display Option

- Linked Stories Option

- Bottom and Top Level Option

- Slanted Angle option

- Surface Override Option

14
L-18 Create Slab (Floor)

Including Topic In This Lecture

- Create Slab (floor) With Dimension

- Create Slab (Floor) With Geometry Method

- Set Point For Slab (Floor)

- Create Level For Slab (Floor)

15
L-19 Slab Command (Ceiling)

Including Topic In This Lecture

- Different Types of Slab

- Ceiling

- Generic Slab

- Structural Slab

- Layer Option

- Different Geometry Method of Slab (Ceiling) Command

- Explanation of Reference Plane Location

- Structure of Ceiling (Slab) Command

- Floor Plan Display Option

- Linked Stories Option

- Bottom and Top Level Option

- Slanted Angle option

- Surface Override Option

16
L-20 Create Ceiling /balcony and Gallery

Including Topic In This Lecture

- Level Create For Ceiling

- Level Set For Ceiling

- Create Ceiling

- Reference Plan Location

17
L-21 Roof Command

Including Topic In This Lecture

- Flat Roof

- Generic Roof

- Pitch Roof-Metal

- Pitch Roof-Tiles

- Layer Options

- Different Types of Geometry Method

- Different Types of construction Method

- Set Roof Pivot Height and Pitch

- Linked Stories Option

- How to offset Roof Value

- How to Trim Roof (Connect-Trim Elements)

- Structure Option

- Floor Plan Display Option

- Set Thickness of Roof

- Set Cover Fill Pattern

- Roof Edge Angle

- Surface Override Option

18
L-22 Roof Command Part-2

Including Topic In This Lecture

- Different Types of Geometry Method

- Different Types of construction Method

- Set Roof Pivot Height and Pitch

- How to offset Roof Value

- Structure Option

- Roof Edge Angle

- Structure Option

- Eaves Overhang Offset Option

19
L-23 Create Roof In Drawing

Including Topic In This Lecture

- Create Roof with Direct Method

- Create Roof with Polygonal Method

- Roof Pivot Height and Pitch Change

- Surface Override Option

20
L-24 Stair Command

Including Topic In This Lecture

- Discuss About Different Types of Stairs

1. Beam Supported Stair

2. Cantilevered Stair

3. Concrete Stair-Timber Finish

4. Concrete Stair without Finish

5. Metal Stair

6. Open Stringer Stair

7. Steel Pan Stair

8. Wooden Stringer Stair

- Input Method Option

- Left Railing Apply In Stair

- Right Railing Apply In Stair

- Both Railing Apply In Same Stair

- Baseline option For Stair (Left Side, Center, Right Side)

- Offset of Stair With Wall Face

- Turning Type Options

1. Automatic Landing

2. Winder With Equal Angle

3. Winder With equal going

- Explain Linked Stories Options


21
L-25 Stair Command Part-2

Including Topic In This Lecture

- Explain Bottom and Top Options

- Explain Width Option

- Explain Riser Option

- Explain Going Option

- Explain Slanting Option

- Rules and Standard Option

- Explain Stair Start and End Option

- Explain Flight Component Option (Building Material Change)

- Surface Override Option

- Explain Draining on Flight Option

- Explain Landing Component Setting

- Draining on landing Option

- Break Mark Extension – Floor Plan Display Option

22
L-26 Stair Command Part-3

Including Topic In This Lecture

- Explain Stair Modify Options

- Explain Structure Option

- Explain Flight Option

- Explain Landing Option

- Explain Finish Option

- Explain Tread Option

- Explain Riser Option

23
L-27 Create Stair in Drawing

Including Topic In This Lecture

- How to Hide Unwanted Layers/ objects

- Set Home Level and Top Level

- How to Cut Slab For Stair

- Set Exact Point For Slab

24
L-28 Railing Command

Including Topic In This Lecture

- Discuss About Different Types of Railing

- Frame less Glass Railing

- Glass paneled Railing

- Metal Railing

- Timber Fencing Railing

- Wired Railing

- Layer Option

- Railing and Node Associativity Option

- Segment Associativity Option

- Explain Reference Line Option (Out Side, On Line, In Side)

- Linked Stories Option

- Set Offset of Railing From Slab Outline

25
L-29 Railing Command Part-2

Including Topic In This Lecture

- Explain Elevation Option

- Stair Associativity

- Layout – Floor Plan Display

- Component – Floor Plan Display

- Override – Floor Plan Display

- Break Mark Position

- Break Mark Distance

- Break Mark Angle

- Break Mark Extension

26
L-30 Create Railing In Drawing
27
L-31 Column Command
28
L-32 Create Column In Drawing
29
L-33 Beam Command
30
L-34 Beam Command Part-2
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