Steel Detailing Presentation

Thankyou koredrafting for your presentation last night.

What we learnt:

  • A well defined origin, grid and reduced level is important to a successful BIM project.
  • Having a project datum to reduce the X and Y value improves the model performance for steel detailing projects.
  • .IFC file format works for importing and exporting building models.
  • Clash checks is a main benefit of 3D modelling.
  • What the deliverable’s of the shop detailer are. ie single parts, group assemblies, marking plans, parts list, bill of materials, DXF data, NC1 data, transmittal’s etc.

Download the presentation: Steel Detailing Presentation

HobartBIM November Gathering 2019

A special thank you to TBCITB and RARE Engineering for sponsoring the costs, associated with our venues, for this event.

The current agenda for the evening is;

6:00 – 7:30 – Presentations

  • Welcome & Industry Updates
  • Allan Jeffrey from Jeffrey HR – The state of BIM in the Tasmanian Construction
  • Troy Grafton form KORE Drafting – BIM for Shop Detailing

7:30 – 9:00 – Networking

Date and Time

Wed., 6 November 2019
6:00 pm – 9:00 pm AEDT

Hobart Location

Aurora Lecture Theater, Institute for Marine and Antarctic Studies (IMAS)
20 Castray Esplanade
Battery Point, TAS 7004

Tickets

Hobart Registration:
https://www.eventbrite.com.au/e/hobart-bim-november-hobart-event-tickets-71605787839

Launceston Registration:
https://www.eventbrite.com.au/e/hobart-bim-november-launceston-live-stream-tickets-77439378265

Presentation from September Gathering – Augmented Reality Bricklaying

Bricklaying using a Microsoft Hololens and augmented reality – At the Royal Hobart Hospital

Bricklaying technology has barely changed for thousands of years. Could augmented reality be a disruptive technology to this ancient skill? All Brick Tasmania and the Australian start-up software developer Fologram collaborated to create something truly incredible. Using Microsoft Hololens, they have used augmented reality to design and construct a series of curving brick bench seats on several balconies in the new K block of the Royal Hobart Hospital.

Thank-you All Brick Tasmania for presenting your amazing invention at our recent gathering.
Download the presentation: Augmented Reality Bricklaying BIM Presentation.pdf