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Sample/Example Project

I notice that with Revit they typically include a sample project with each release. Usually these projects are an extremely flattering example of what the program can achieve (I'm also guessing the modelers had an unpractical amount of time to play with the program).

Is there anything similar with BricsCAD, specifically a BIM project?

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  • Kind of.
    If you log into 24/7,
    they added some example projects, including the latest Villa File.
    The one from the V20 presentation videos.

    It is basically BIMmed but AFAIK no Project set (?)
    And there are some geometry flaws in it, so not polished
    but helpful though.

  • I can't find it on 24/7 for some reason. I'm also trying to fish a link off one of the YouTube videos but no luck so far.

    A thorough, complete project would be invaluable!

  • Found them thank you! They were in a sub-folder.

    Some projects also appear in the start-up screen in BricsCAD itself.

    It would still be extremely nice to see a fully annotated BIM example. I feel like I'm pioneering if I actually complete an entire project.

  • @KeithsCADServices said:
    Found them thank you! They were in a sub-folder.

    Some projects also appear in the start-up screen in BricsCAD itself.

    It would still be extremely nice to see a fully annotated BIM example. I feel like I'm pioneering if I actually complete an entire project.

    i strongly suggest at the recent Bricsys BIM academy documentation, examples and videos, very good, bricsys is great here

  • BricsCAD BIM Academy - https://youtube.com/playlist?list=PLONdQc9bizsfzuES9MrwxUEH9M4PPfyRm

    You find links to documentation and training files under the video description.

  • Hi guys, thanks for all the useful info. What I was looking for specifically was a fully annotated/completed project. Even a small one (even a micro-home or garden shed), but complete with sheets, full annotations, and well presented 2D/3D views, etc... If my explanation is a bit murky (and you have a bit of free time) I would point you towards the sample projects included within Revit (you can download the trial version if you don't have access to Revit), or the examples on Chief Architect's website. These perhaps took the drafter/modeler (or a team) an impractical amount of time to complete, but they do highlight the pinnacle of what their respective programs can achieve. Any project I've seen with BricsCAD BIM is usually only a partial example; it's really only the tip of the iceberg relative to what the program can do.

    Marketing-wise It would be invaluable for Bricsys to throw something out there.

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