This 32 minute ArchiCAD training shows how to use the new Building Materials introduced in ArchiCAD 17 to get clean section drawings and detailed 3D models.
ArchiCAD 17 is very powerful, but it can be confusing when you first try to work with the new interface and the new Building Materials.
In this video you’ll discover the most important things you need to know about the new Building Materials to enable you to get the best results.
Graphisoft has convincing demonstrations that show how the sections clean up “automatically”. However, if you assume this cleanup is going to happen when you model in the same way you always have, you may be disappointed.
There are some special tricks and settings that make this work the way it’s intended. Watch this video to learn how to get control over this powerful set of tools.
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