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How to use BIMIFY in BricsCAD BIM

By Rose Barfield 2 min 23 января 2023 г.

What if I told you that you could generate section and elevation views and add BIM data to a 3D model, all with a single click? Don’t believe me? Then try BIMIFY for yourself!

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What is BIMIFY?

BIMIFY analyzes the model, automatically classifies building elements, assigns spatial locations, and creates new buildings, stories, and spaces. Optionally, it also makes plan sections and elevations. All with a single click!

How do I use BIMIFY in BricsCAD?

To use BIMIFY:

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Start with a drawing that contains a 3D model of a building.


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In the command panel, set which entities are classified and how.

Click Apply

Yes, it is that easy.

What license level do I need to access the BIMIFY command?

You will need BricsCAD BIM or higher to access the BIMIFY command.

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Have you tried the BIMIFY command and have any ideas or suggestions?

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Want more BricsCAD Tips and Tricks?

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Rose Barfield

by Rose Barfield - CAD User Experience & Interface Design Specialist

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Rose is responsible for taking user feedback and improving the BricsCAD product. Before coming to BricsCAD, she was a CAD user and worked in the Automotive, Aerospace, and Defense industries as a Technical Illustrator. She loves finding out how things work, taking them apart, and (hopefully) putting them back together again.

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