Learn the basics of sketching in BricsCAD BIM using the versatile polysolid tool, which can be used to create walls and other shapes.
Learn the different selection modes in BricsCAD BIM: edges, solid faces and boundaries.
Learn the basics of working with surfaces. There are three main features you can use to manipulate a surface: Extrude - Push/Pull and BIMDrag.
In this video, we’ll show how to create geometry using a combination of surface modeling and solid modeling techniques.
Learn the basics of placing and editing windows and doors in BricsCAD BIM.
The structure browser provides an interactive tree of all the elements that are incorporated in the BIM. It is a way to organize your BIM, so that it is easier to work with. We’ll cover some of the different ways you can utilize the new structure browser.
In this video, we’ll show how to work with BIM sections, detail sections and composition plies.
Create new rooms and see how to work with them. All properties assigned to the rooms are synced with the structure browser. When updating the room sizes, the information displayed in the room stamps is automatically updated.
This short video takes a closer look at BricsCAD BIM’s Data Features, which builds the database that can be used to document your projects effectively!
In the configuration setup video we’ll continue investigating BricsCAD BIM’s Data Features by exploring properties and configurations. It’s great to be able to add information into the BIM but it’s even better to be able to leverage that information in different ways.
In the next two videos we’ll go through conceptual modeling in BricsCAD BIM and how new geometry can be created and worked with easily.
In Part 2 of the New Geometry series we’ll pick up where we left off and add stairs and different types of glazing.