Archives for BCF Archives - Architosh
This year’s Vectorworks 2023 updates deliver some compelling time-saving new features and improvements, just in time for an AEC industry that is getting more vocal about the need for productivity and the value they extract from software.
Engineers now have more powerful tools for web application development with Mac availability and improved support for the BIM collaboration format (BCF).
Bricsys collaborates with BIMcollab and announces integration between products yielding new BCF features and workflow capacity.
Add-on delivers faster, automated code and constructability checking optimized for higher design quality for ARCHICAD users.
New WebAssembly core rendering leads to a drastic reduction in library size and performance with faster downloads and startup times.
ARCHICAD 21 has some truly astounding new tech inside but the Hungarian BIM leader says this release is all about the workflow.
To help manage communications between collaborators and software that leverage IFC-based workflows, buildingSMART International has developed a new standard: the BIM Collaboration Format (BCF). This event shows users how to integrate the new BCF format in Vectorworks BIM workflows.
Service Pack 3 for Vectorworks 2017 includes more than just bug fixes—performance improvements are capped by new IFC mapping features.
Does Vectorworks Architect 2017 match up to the tremendous volume of new innovations in last year’s upgrade? In this in-depth product review, architect John Helm takes a look at all the new features and improvements.
Solibri joins industry standards group buildingSMART on Open BIM push aligning values across the BIM transforming AECO industry worldwide.
KUBUS releases BIMcollab BCF Manager or Navisworks, bringing BCF 2.0 round-trip workflows between Autodesk Navisworks and leading BIM authoring platforms ArchiCAD and Revit.
Nemetschek Vectorworks Service Pack 3 adds two big new BIM interoperability standards plus key improvements to the rest of the software.
In this product review Architosh looks at the new Trimble SketchUp Pro 2014, with a particular emphasis on its new BIM worthy features in open schema support and IFC 2×3 export options.