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BIMobject® is proud to announce that Monier, a leading global manufacturer and supplier of pitched roof products including both roof tiles and roofing components, has started a cooperation with BIMobject. Monier will now provide architects, designers and engineers with their roofing solutions as BIM objects for Revit and ArchiCAD. These applications allow the automatic placement of individual roof tiles. In the bill of materials, users will be able to find the amount of the different tiles that compose the roof in their digital model. Two different ranges are included in these roofing solutions for the Nordic Countries.
Monier tutorials for Revit and ArchiCAD:
MHI's products include aerospace components, air conditioners, aircraft, automotive components, forklift trucks, hydraulic equipment, machine tools, power generation equipment, ships, and space launch vehicles. BIMobject are releasing the first objects of MHI's Air Conditioners. With this release, users have access to twenty different products with over 250 parametric types. Both indoor and outdoor products have been produced each with their own insertion characteristics. All the objects have Revit MEP nodes to connect into the wider systems of your design.
Mitsubishi Heavy Industries tutorial:
JELD-WEN Northern Europe offers a wide range of reliable, beautiful and energy efficient door solutions to Finland, Baltic countries and Russia under the brand "JELD-WEN DOOR SOLUTIONS". They have now started to digitalise their product range and have started with 9 of their interior doors which are now available for Revit users and hold the information required to enable the users to specify the doors in their projects.
JELD-WEN Northern Europe tutorial:
Saint Gobain Glass Brazil – Cebrace are publishing their first objects for the Brazilian market in ArchiCAD and Revit on the BIMobject Cloud. Thanks to these BIM objects on bimobject.com, Saint Gobain Glass – Cebrace bring a new type of support to the architects, that will allow them to choose a specific glass for their projects in their digital models. The digital objects do not only contain a geometric representation with minimum and maximum dimensions, but also technical parameters.
A selection of 200 coated glasses is offered, covering the whole range of Saint Gobain Glass Brazil – Cebrace glazing for the service sector. The available glasses are characterised by different reflections in their aesthetic. These different shades are related to the performance of the glazing (light transmission, solar factor, external reflection etc).
Saint Gobain Glass tutorial (only in french):