Login and Run BIM & Scan AutoCorr™ using available test files. Download your Output File and Create a Recap File.
By opening the updated Output File you can see that BIM & Scan AutoCorr™ results now demonstrate that the model matches to what has been installed within tolerance.
5a - Login / Run
How to Login and Run BIM & Scan AutoCorr™ using available test files, and then Download your Output files.
Open your AutoCorr Output file in ArchiCAD®.
Using BIM & Scan AutoCorr™ and ArchiCAD® for Model Validation, i.e. Checking if the Design was Built within a 100mm Tolerance.
Check that model elements are now within tolerance by re-running the updated model against the original input point cloud.
In this example we demonstrate how to correct pipework that has been installed out of tolerance to the design model.
In this video we show how to open up BIM & Scan AutoCorr™ V1.2 Output Files E57 and BCF in ArchiCAD®.
In this video we show how to use the BIM & Scan AutoCorr™ V1.2 BCF Output File in ArchiCAD®. Feel free to do the same in other BIM authoring tools.
In this video we show how to use the BIM & Scan AutoCorr™ V1.2 BCF Output File in ArchiCAD® to correct the found model issues. Feel free to do the same in other BIM authoring tools.
In this video we show how to re-run BIM & Scan AutoCorr™ V1.2 to show that the corrected model element are now within tolerance and how to finalise the BCF exercise in your ArchiCAD® workflow. Feel free to do the same in other BIM authoring tools.
Best practices for preparing Ordered E57 files for input to BIM & Scan AutoCorr™.
Creating IFC2x3 CV2.0 MVD Input File
BIM & Scan AutoCorr™ requires users to input models formatted in accordance with ISO 16739: The Industry Foundation Classes (IFC). An IFC2X3 CV2.0 Model View Definition (MVD) is to be used as the input model file.
The Coordination MVD in in STEP Physical File Format (SPFF) was chosen because BIM & Scan AutoCorr™ relies on geometry created in your BIM authoring tools. In these BIM design and reviewing tools, the IFC 2X3 TC1 Schema is the most supported schema version to date. Exporting your Coordination MVD’s with the correct parameters configurations is essential.
Below are some best practices in relation to creating IFC2X3 CV2.0 MVD files for input into BIM & Scan AutoCorr™.
Best Practices for interpreting BIM & Scan AutoCorr™ V1.2 Output Files. The documents below are to help you better understand the different types of output files, and the use of them, so you can best incorporate these new files into your current workflow.
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