From 5-7 October, the first European BILT conference will be organized in Aarhus, Denmark. Here you can meet Stabiplan and try out the newest MEP apps for Revit.
Anyone who has ever tried to draw flexible pipes in Revit knows that this can lead to great frustrations. It's a time consuming job that usually results in pipes moving in all directions except the one you want. It is by all means one of the most heard annoyances of modeling in Revit. Fortunately this is over with the new feature: Stabicad Flexible Pipes!
Stabicad 11 has been available since end April and we hope that you are already enjoying working with it. Stabicad 11 features lots of new and improved productivity tools and calculation functionality. Are you already working with these new calculations?
Are you up-to-date with what your building partners are doing? Recesses in structural elements for technical installations lend themselves perfectly for optimizing your BIM workflow.
Great news: Stabicad 11 has been released! Faster engineering, enhanced performance with faster start-up times, new tools, improved (calculation) functionality and more.
Many trends that you come across as a consumer can also influence the work of installers, modelers and advisors. But how will this look like? Nothing is certain, but these are the trends we can expect in 2017.
With 200.114 visitors from 61 countries, it’s safe to say the ISH fair in Frankfurt last week was a great success. The 2500(!) exhibitors report being very satisfied with the quality of the international fair – now it’s time for the follow-up. This also applies to Stabiplan: our participation in ISH 2017 is already called successful.
We have exciting news for engineers working with Stabicad or Stabicad for Revit: a series of English Stabitips has started. Learn for example how to generate recesses requests or edit the colors on systems easily. Keep an eye on our channel the coming weeks, because every week a new video will be uploaded.
Starting a BIM project with different installation concepts? Dutch engineering agency Van Hoften took on the challenge. In collaboration with construction company Hurks they worked on two different (test) bungalows in Stabicad for Revit, fully realized in BIM. Arjan Burghout, project leader & BIM manager, and Geert-Jan Bosmans, Project leader & sales at Van Hoften, presented this project during the SUM.