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    solibri?

    On our next job the client has asked if use to use solibri.

    What is it used for, and what can it do?

    I have never come accross it before.

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    Solibri Features

    ITO will allow “data mining” from the BIM by making it possible to instantly capture practically any information available and then generate customized reports. ITO can be used for many purposes, ranging from quantity takeoffs to automated area calculations and extracting the information used (for example) in carbon footprint calculations. ITO makes it possible for users to define their own information requirements, extract the information required and customize their own reporting templates.BIM Validation rule set can be used for general quality assurance of the model, verifying that all the building components are present and that there are no major issues.Space Validation rule set, which checks that the architectural design has spaces defined according to surrounding walls.Model Revisions Comparison – Architecture” rule set, allows you to import the previous version of the design and then the later version and run comparison rules.Quantity Takeoff rule set which can be exported to estimating applications.Visualization rule set color codes different component types, making it easier to spot any inconsistencies.Rule-based Clash Detection as opposed to just the geometry-based clash detection offered by an application like NavisWorks.Model Visualization and Walk-through Capability.

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      #3
      Solibri is bit like Navisworks, with a lot more options for rule settings, but only operates on IFC. We use it because we like the interface better than Navisworks.
      Always ask your client why.
      There must be a better way...

      Ekko Nap
      Professional nitpicker, architect, revit consultant, etc.

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        #4
        Originally posted by ekkonap View Post
        Solibri is bit like Navisworks, with a lot more options for rule settings, but only operates on IFC. We use it because we like the interface better than Navisworks.
        Always ask your client why.
        we are going to ask.

        in the spec, it says to be used for automated BIM checking. I thought it was used for something to do with Cobie etc..

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          #5
          Solibri Webinar

          Originally posted by nick_h View Post
          On our next job the client has asked if use to use solibri.

          What is it used for, and what can it do?

          I have never come accross it before.

          If you would like to find out more about Solibri, we are running a free webinar, register for Solibri Model Checker on Jul 25, 2018 2:00 PM BST at: https://attendee.gotowebinar.com/reg...17629701915139

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