Loadable Families – Join the bimstore webinar
Today we are excited to announce the arrival of our new content creation webcasts – a series of bimstore webinars demonstrating how to get the most out of the content you create.
We will be running the first three over the next few months - why not get the key dates in your diary now? Webcasts will run on 19th July, 16th August and 13th September.
Join bimstore’s Technical Director Kris Atkinson for the first webinar of the series. On Wednesday 19th July 2017 at 2.00pm Kris will demonstrate loadable families and how to make the most of your content including:
• An introduction to the bimstore content creation webcast series
• What is a loadable family?
• Tips and tricks to make the most of your geometry – including user selectable options, tick boxes, drop downs, error messages and guidance on things to avoid to actions to take to keep file size to a minimum.
• Data – adding and structuring your meta-data as well as using the RTV shared parameter manager to speed up the process for adding parameters to multiple files.
We'll be also be happy to answer any of your questions live at the end of the webinar.
REGISTER NOW - CLICK HERE!
Whether you are in the early stages of BIM or consider yourself a bit an expert we would be delighted to see you there. After registering using the link above, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the webinar.
We hope that you will join us on 19th July - if you'd like to ask us anything ahead of the webinar then please feel free to drop us a line or tweet us anytime at @bimstore, and of course if there's anything else we can help you with right now, don't hesitate to get in touch.
bimstore is the UK’s original BIM object library. Developed by specifiers for specifiers, we create and host high-quality manufacturer specific BIM content, making it easy to browse and download the world’s best collection of BIM components. If you need any help with BIM content creation, then get in touch with the bimstore team today.