Join Thiago Santos Mundim for an in-depth discussion in this video Solibri Information Takeoff View, part of Solibri Model Checker Essential Training.
- Let's take some information out of the model.…Make sure you go to the Information Takeoff layer…here on the top.…Solibri is going to ask for the role that we want…to be playing out.…I'm just going to ignore this and close…because I want us to create our own Information Takeoff.…To do that, we click here…on New Information Takeoff Definition.…Here, we can add the name.…I'm going to call it "Architectural Building Element".…
We can add a description.…Yes, I want to Group the items.…Otherwise, we're going to have a really long list.…And here, we can filter the elements…that we want.…So, right now, we're including any element,…which is kind of true.…But I want to include any element…from the architectural model only.…So, I'm going to choose here to Property,…to Model any element from the model…that is One Of.…Double-click here.…Architecture.…
Now, we can add more items to this list…by clicking here.…And, if we do that, this Operator will matter more.…It's One Of or None Of that contains these, and so on.…Because we just have one model, One Of is perfect.…
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