Posts Tagged ‘Revit’

Barrington Arch

Posted by scottbarrington in General News on August 2nd, 2010 No Comments

We are proud to now be a member of the Nextspace 3D cluster. As we do a lot of work in the 3D technology sector such as 3D parametric models for ArchiCAD & Revit, which integrate into Architects BIM workflows. The Nextspace 3D Cluster is a great way for us to network with other exciting… Read more

Good-Bye Mouse

Posted by scottbarrington in General News on July 30th, 2010 1 Comment

A couple of days ago Apple released their Magic Trackpad, and it’s safe to say we are pretty excited. The mouse has been around for well over 15 years now and really hasn’t changed much, but we see these multi-touch trackpads as a huge stepping stone. It will be interesting to see how these work… Read more

High Speed Doors BIM Content

Posted by scottbarrington in BIM on July 26th, 2010 2 Comments

Recently we’ve been hard at work building some BIM content for High Speed Doors in New Zealand. This content has been built in both Revit & ArchiCAD formats and we expect it to yield great results for them. Below is a screen cast of the ArchiCAD High Speed Doors Content in action. We will post… Read more

BIM Content Shouldn’t Be An Add-on Service

Posted by scottbarrington in BIM on July 20th, 2010 No Comments

More & more we are seeing companies that run “building product directories” adding BIM (building information modeling) content as an add-on service for their already advertising clients, this in a lot of ways makes sense, as it helps to promote BIM & helps manufacturers get on board supporting BIM. However the problem is quite obvious,… Read more

What BIM Means For Doors

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

At the moment we are working with two doors manufacturers to bring their products to BIM (building information modeling), for both the ArchiCAD and Revit formats. Maybe your company manufacturers doors & you’re looking for a new way to market them to architects & designers? Well here are a few benefits you will get from… Read more

BIM & Beam Manufacturers

Posted by scottbarrington in BIM on May 19th, 2010 No Comments

At the moment we are building some BIM content for ProWood NZ who manufacturer engineered timber beams. BIM provides a huge oppotunity for beam or “structure” manufacturers to get their products into a project early and become more apart of the design team. When putting together the frame work for the new ProWood BIM content… Read more

BIM & Window Manufacturers

Posted by scottbarrington in BIM on May 13th, 2010 No Comments

How does BIM affect window & door manufacturers?? We’ve been working with a couple of window & door manufacturers recently, they’ve noticed the move to BIM (building information modeling) software & have wondered how the growing use of Revit & ArchiCAD will affect them. As well as the best way for them to profit from… Read more

Barrington Arch BIM eBook

Posted by scottbarrington in BIM on May 2nd, 2010 No Comments

We’ve made a few updates to our Guide to BIM (Building Information Modeling) eBook. Whether you’re a consultant or a product engineer feel free to download your copy. It will help you to better understand where you & your company fits into the “BIM” process/cycle and how you can take best advantage of it. You… Read more

The time difference from someone specifying, to actually buying.

Posted by scottbarrington in ArchiCAD, BIM, Marketing, Revit on April 25th, 2010 No Comments

There’s always been a huge difference in the time from when someone specify’s a manufacturers product, until the product is actually bought (and/or built). This can be anywhere from months to years. As everything now days is speeding up, construction times, manufacturing times, this gap is getting smaller. However it’s still there. This brings us… Read more

What I’d like in a BIM server

Posted by scottbarrington in BIM on April 20th, 2010 8 Comments

There’s a few different BIM “server” options showing up and to be honest we’d like a cross between all of them. Graphisoft’s BIM server for ArchiCAD has brought some fantastic features to the table, as does (open source). Rather than dwell on what we don’t like about them, I figure it would be better… Read more



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