Revit IFC Export #6: Classifications

Revit IFC Export #6: Classifications

Probably the most common information to add to any model, or family, is a classification code. A basic requirement of many Exchange Information Requirements, this provides an unambiguous identification of any element. The codes are typically taken from recognised...
OpenBuildings Designer IFC Export #1: Administration

OpenBuildings Designer IFC Export #1: Administration

OpenBuildings Designer includes complete integration with IFC 2×3 and IFC4*, including DataGroups for all supported IfcEntities, IfcTypes and necessary property definitions to support the required PSets (Property Sets). This is included in the standard dataset...
Revit IFC Export #5: Property Sets pt 2 – Remapping

Revit IFC Export #5: Property Sets pt 2 – Remapping

As noted previously, consistency is the key when working with IFC. Unfortunately, consistency to the nth degree is difficult to control in a widespread design team. Even if you can agree that each discipline will include certain data, if the parameters are used are...
Revit IFC Export #4: Property Sets pt I

Revit IFC Export #4: Property Sets pt I

Consistency is the key when working with IFC. Consistency in terms of how you approach your modelling (which may need slightly differing approaches to a regular “modelling for drawing production” method), consistency in the standards, templates and even the views you...