ARCHICAD SÜRÜM KARŞILAŞTIRMA
Providing tighter control, better coordination and better integration of design teams, this industry first innovative technology enables simultaneous development of the 3D model and 2D documents with full coordination and continuous visual feedback.
The Organizer is related to and opened from the Navigator Palette. It houses essentially the same controls, but has a double-tree structure to make it easier to move and copy views and layouts from one map to the other.
Complex Profiles are predefined as custom defined walls, columns and beams that can be edited by hand to take nearly any desired shape. Like other construction elements, a Profile’s essential structure derives from its Building Material, although various surface overrides are available on an element‐level basis for profile elements.
Complex 3D Zones
3D Spaces fit to slanted and profiled wall surfaces, but more than this, walls and columns can be subtracted automatically from the 3D Zones when you need to calculate volumes.
The Drawing Manager lists all types of drawings within a Project file, including Drawings referring to internal and external model views, and, Drawings inserted from other external sources (for instance PDF, DWG, DWF and image files)
The quality of graphics is important for architects: polished drawings and presentations are key factors to winning a job. The purpose of Gradient Fills is to enhance architectural graphics; they are available for 2D fills created with the Fill tool (Drafting fills).
Automatic Guide Lines
GRAPHISOFT ARCHICAD 10 introduced Guide Lines (now called Snap Guides) to greatly simplify and ease graphic element creation, modifying and other input methods. Snap Guides are temporary lines and arcs that appear along existing elements, to assist accurate element placement.
Parametric Drawing Titles
Parametric and associative Drawing Titles can be placed automatically within Drawings. These smart elements can indicate Drawing information: including Drawing ID, Drawing Name and Scale.