Many users have a 2-D only philosophy to drawing in Vectorworks Architect. This is a slow way to draw and it is also prone to errors. Using them principles means drawing in 3D which can seem to take a long time at first, but after the first project you will find this method is faster and it avoids the errors that the 2D only workflow has. There is no doubt in my mind that using a Building Information Modelling workflow is by far the most productive way of creating drawings. As you will learn form this webinar, there are several speed advantages in building the 3D model. Initially, you might find that it is slightly slower as you learn to use walls, doors, windows, slabs, and other BIM objects, but as you use these more often, you will speed up to the point that it is just as quick to draw these objects as it was to draw them previously. Topics covered setting up a project for 3D working setting up building elements using the model to create drawings Learning Outcomes in this webinar you will learn: why modelling is more efficient and has fewer errors how to set up your projects for modeling how to set up drawings using the model
Who is Presenting the Webinar
Jonathan Pickup is an architect trained in New Zealand and in the UK, with more than 30 years of experience. He has been writing and producing Vectorworks manuals and providing customer support for more than 15 years. His company, ArchonCAD, is the premier provider of third-party manuals and training resources for Vectorworks. He also runs the Vectorworks On-Line User Group and provides its main direction.
Who Should Attend
This webinar is ideal for new users of Vectorworks and users that are familiar with Vectorworks, but do not use the 3D workflow to create their drawings more efficiently.