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The building industry is developing and there are increasingly stricter requirements for how building projects are to be carried out. It is becoming more and more common for installation documents to be modeled and delivered in 3D format with intelligent data. At Cadcraft, we have for many years helped companies to switch from 2D to 3D and we know where the most common bottlenecks occur and how to avoid them.
Adapting the company to its customers’ changed requirements can be a sufficient motivation to implement a change. If this is not the case, there are plenty of other benefits to why you should implement a change, which we are happy to tell you more about. Contact us today!
It is in the CAD system that our construction projects take shape and come to life. Today, it is common for both architects and designers to work in some type of 3D system, but it has not been as common for installation companies to do so. With an increased interest in BIM in the building industry, it is becoming increasingly common for projects to require 3D data from all disciplines, including installation. A good basis means that coordination and collision checks can be performed, which reduces the proportion of errors that are detected during production.
It is seldom possible to solve a problem in a single way. Depending on experience, background, skills and a number of other factors, people take on the same task in different ways. Creativity is something we often want to take advantage of, but in some situations it is more profitable to have specific routines for how various tasks are handled. Standardizing certain processes, products or methodologies creates clarity, uniformity and facilitates, for example, new recruitment. By working with relevant and sufficient opportunities, it will be easier to create consistent workflows and to keep schedules and budgets.
Compared to 2D and lines, 3D geometry can carry an incredible amount of data. This opens up for smarter, safer and much more comprehensive project models.