In the world of architectural design BIM modeling with ARCHLine.XP allows you to create an informational model where each element has a uniques and complete definition.
The BIM considers the entire life cycle of a building, from its conceptualization to analysis, construction, maintenance and demolition.
Modeling in ARCHLine.XP allows shorter design times.
Creating floor plans, sections, elevations, and 3D views takes a few minutes only, and making any change in the project, ARCHLine.XP updates the model in every view.
ARCHLine.XP offers easy file management, since everything is saved in a single model.
The program manages collection of storeys included in a building. The vertically bound building structure helps to avoid inconsistencies.
ARCHLine.XP manages the phases, which help separate the building construction into a multi-phase design, be it new construction or renovation.
Photo-realistic rendering helps to clarify some of the time wasting issues such as materials, lighting, spaces and the overall composition of the project.
Comprehensive documentation tools allow you to create project specifications of up to hundreds of pages.
What will you be able to do after this training course?
Completing this training you will be able to create a multi-storey building project including 3D modelling, sections, elevations, complete technical documentation and photorealistic visualisation very comfortably.
The ARCHLine.XP Architectural Course is for those, who want to adapt their skills onto a BIM platform.
The Tutorial consists of 9 topics, which take you from the first file imports and drawn lines, all the way to documentation and visual design.
No experience is necessary.
The course includes 9 lessons:
- Converting the CAD 2D room plan into 3D
- Your house gets its roof
- Your first section and elevation
- Using materials
- Your first renders
- Your model starts to live
The aim of the course is for the applicants to master the most important tools and working methods of the ARCHLine.XP CAD/BIM software in a short time.