Posts Tagged ‘revit families’

TruStile BIM content now available on BIMstop!

Posted by modlar in ArchiCAD, BIM, Revit on January 17th, 2013 No Comments

BIM content for TruStile is now available on BIMstop. All content can be downloaded from TruStile’s BIM profile here: It’s great to see a high-end manufacturing company such as TruStile supporting Building Information Modeling (BIM) across multiple platforms, such as Revit, ArchiCAD and Sketchup. Here’s some quick facts on TruStile: Company Founded in 1995,… read more

Polyflor BIM content update

Posted by modlar in ArchiCAD, BIM, Revit on December 5th, 2012 No Comments

We’ve pushed an update to the Polyflor BIM objects available on our network. All of the updated content can be accessed from Polyflor’s BIM profile here: Polyflor’s BIM objects for Autodesk Revit and Graphisoft ArchiCAD allow you to easily place their great flooring range directly into your project. This allows you to better see the… read more – Our new look!

Posted by scottbarrington in BIM on November 17th, 2011 No Comments

By now you’ve probably noticed our new look! BIMstop has been rebuilt from the ground up. We are excited to finally have this version 2 launched. As a part of this we are consolidated our brands Barrington Arch + BIMstop into the new We’ve got some great new enhancements in the works, which will… read more

BIM content testimony

Posted by scottbarrington in Testimonies on October 19th, 2011 No Comments

We’ve recently been running a survey to collect testimonies and insights into how architects & specifiers use BIM content (Revit families, ArchiCAD objects etc) and why they find it so valuable. The results will be reported here on this blog. With the first one here: [quote]“Clients relate emotionally to what they see (& want) on… read more

What scale to model to?

Posted by scottbarrington in BIM on September 1st, 2011 No Comments

One issue with the growing BIM (building information modeling) adoption is around standards. Most offices are currently working to an in house standard that works best for them. This is fine for now and is normally the case with new technologies, but over time standards will be put in place making 3D models & data… read more

Horiso BIM content for Revit, ArchiCAD & Sketchup

Posted by scottbarrington in ArchiCAD, BIM on June 21st, 2011 No Comments

We’ve recently been doing a lot of work with a new client to get all of their product range into useful 3D BIM formats. This has involved building content for Revit, ArchiCAD and sketchup to help them reach as much of them potential market. Below is the first one of these, an Exterior blind object… read more

ArchiCAD object screen cast.

Posted by scottbarrington in BIM on May 19th, 2011 No Comments

Below is a video/screen cast of an ArchiCAD object we built a while back for a client of ours; EverGlow USA. This goes to show how well hardware such as signage can be integrated into the building information modeling (BIM) process. We built EverGlow’s product parametric models in both Revit & ArchiCAD formats, they are… read more

Revit Lighting Families

Posted by scottbarrington in Revit on January 25th, 2011 No Comments

Lighting families are always a bit tricky in Revit. Recently we’ve been working on a few for a client which will soon be released out into the wild. Below is a screenshot of one that is just being tested. It allows Revit users to easily adjust the materials, light settings & the fittings pivot angle…. read more

Use Your BIM Content To Enter Another Region

Posted by scottbarrington in BIM on December 8th, 2010 No Comments

The companies we work with find that their BIM (building information modeling) content becomes a valuable marketing tool. The theory behind this is simple; give architects a tool to make their lives easier, in turn their use it on more of their drawings & BIM models, meaning your products get specified & you sell more!… read more

BIM Content For Nulook & Bradnam’s

Posted by scottbarrington in BIM on November 10th, 2010 No Comments

Recently finished is the BIM content we have built for National Aluminium’s brands Nulook & Bradnam’s. (Aluminium windows & doors). Revit and ArchiCAD users can download the finished content for free from BIMstop here. We’ve produce their window profiles in both Revit and ArchiCAD formats, as they are they most widely used formats throughout the regions… read more



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