3 tools to control the quality of your digital model
Manually controlling the quality of a digital model can prove to be a very time-consuming and resource-consuming task, between checking the geometry models, examining the information entered, detecting possible conflicts (clash), without forgetting the character repetitive operations.
We will discuss three main categories through three tools that will help you accomplish these control tasks: a Revit plugin, independent software for open formats such asIFC and a platform cloud.
Revit Model Checker
It is a plugin available only for Revit developed by Autodesk and distributed by CADD Microsystems, it allows you to control your model according to pre-defined rules:
You can download and try this plugin for free at this page.
A software well known to specialists, it makes it possible to control a digital model but not only, we can also compare models, detect clashes and make synthesis. Here is an explanatory video:
This tool is chargeable but you can download a 14-day trial version.
Unlike the two previous classic software Assemble Systems is an online or cloud platform, it allows a large number of operations to be carried out on a digital model, by being online you can share a model with your collaborators, extract data (Excel import / export), compare two versions of models, etc.
Access to this platform is chargeable but it can be tested for 14 days as well, more information on the Official website.