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Glass Buildings


Everything you need
to know about
Scan-to-BIM-training at
Nagpur & Pune

Learn how company are using scan-to-BIM uses 3D laser scanning to digitally capture an existing building as a point cloud, for the creation and updating of a BIM model. There is a high demand of scan-to-BIM engineers in this sector.

Our Scan-to-BIM training module teaches you to bring the documentation of existing buildings into line with a modern digital planning methodology called building information modelling, otherwise known as BIM.

The primary method of scan-to-BIM is to use 3D laser scanners to capture a high-density point cloud of a physical building, structure, or site, which leads to the creation and maintenance of a BIM model that reflects "as-is" conditions.

Providing advance knowledge about downstream applications for models made using scan-to-BIM can range from as-built documentation, project renovations and additions, or even facility management. Models made with scan-to-BIM are also tremendously useful for comparing against original plans, topographic registration, and more besides.

That's the basic summary. But for a complete definition of scan-to-BIM training, you should take a few steps towards ADMIRE TECH VISION.

Our trainer will clarify the following questions with you:

  • How do I import a point cloud into AutoCAD?

  • How can I assign a point cloud in AutoCAD?

  • How do I change the position of the point cloud?

  • What settings do I need to make for my point cloud?

  • How do I create views of my point cloud in AutoCAD?

  • How do I bring point clouds into the layout area?

  • How do I create a 3D model in Autodesk Revit using the point cloud?


1. Introduction                                                                                                   2. Inserting the Point Cloud                                                                                                              

3. Viewing the Point Cloud                                                                          4. Modeling Architecture

5. Revit Family Creation                                                                               6. Mechanical Systems

7. Excercise

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