A flexible platform for 2D, 3D designs, and BIM
BricsCAD BIM is built on the familiar BricsCAD system, so you can leverage the 2D drafting tools as you ease into 3D workflows at your own pace. Enjoy the flexibility to create simple 3D designs, import or produce BIM for collaborations, or model with accuracy for construction and fabrication.
In BricsCAD BIM, design decisions come first, and machine learning algorithms automate the laborious tasks of manipulating BIM data, documentation, and levels of detail.
2D & 3D
You can find a flexible, direct building-modeling tool and a professional CAD product in the same DWG platform. Design geometry can directly be converted to BIM elements.
A safe path to BIM for CAD users without the disruption of learning a traditional BIM system. Spending less on software and training while avoiding performance dips during transition lowers the barriers to entry.
BricsCAD BIM leverages the power of solid CAD modeling that supports flexible design, BIM, and the accuracy needed by engineers and manufacturers, opening the possibility of linking BIM with fabrication workflows in the BricsCAD Ultimate package.
The BricsCAD® BIM workflow
Discover how BricsCAD BIM enables a streamlined workflow for design, construction, and fabrication in a single DWG environment.
LOD & quantities
Fabrication & manufacturing
Open BIM & interoperability
Experience the freedom to model with a 3D workflow unrestricted by pre-defined parts or library components. Use intuitive push-pull direct modeling to sculpt your mass-model concept. Your model remains light and responsive because it’s not overloaded or over-constrained.
“If you’re an engineer who is used to working in 2D, it is much easier to start working in 3D with BricsCAD than with any other tool, because you can just follow the same intuitive pattern.”
Hristo Guentchev, Managing Director at Prototyp
Explore our third-party applications
The Bricsys Collective™ brings our premier third-party application developers together to offer the solutions for structural engineering and analysis, building mechanical systems, photoreal rendering, and algorithmic design.