Join Thiago Santos Mundim for an in-depth discussion in this video Dimension tool, part of Solibri Model Checker Essential Training.
- [Instructor] Now let's add some dimensions.…To do that, we go here on the arrow,…and choose dimensions, or use the shortcut nine.…Now, you can get dimensions between two points,…for example, between this point and this point,…or we can get dimensions between two edges,…or an edge and a point.…So I'm going to select those two edges here.…You can also add dimensions between two planes,…for example, the top of this roof and the top of that roof.…
Now you also have some extra options in dimensions.…If you go back to File there, and then settings,…then dimension, you can change here…the minimum text size and the maximum.…You can also change the color of the text and the line,…and the line thickness.…Now you can also choose to show dimension options.…What it does is, I'm going to confirm this.…When you create a new dimension, for example,…between this point and this point,…Solibri is going to show you what are the dimensions about.…
It's about a corner point and a corner point,…and sometimes, depending where you click,…
This course starts with understanding the tools and the classifications system, so you can do information takeoff and data mining. Next, understand and create rule sets to validate not only model clashes, but also regulations requirements and quality control. Last, explore the Model Checker reporting and communication features and find out how to use the Information Takeoff view to visualize and analyze model components based on their properties.
- Starting a new Solibri Model Checker project
- Using the Markup, Dimension, and Sectioning tools
- Rules and rule sets
- Reporting and communication
- Information Takeoff view