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Visual search engine launched for BIM models

22 July 2019 | By CM staff

A dedicated visual search engine that allows construction professionals to find millions of 3D CAD and BIM models from hundreds of manufacturers’ catalogues has been launched by a German software developer.

CADENAS has developed a search engine called 3Dfind.it, which allows design professionals to make a more specific search for architecture, engineering, electrical engineering and electronic products, than they can with popular search engines, which aren’t focused on the technical sector.

They can then then download the models and use them for their design.

Many catalogues offer more than 150 different native and neutral CAD formats such as Autodesk Revit, Nemetschek ALLPLAN, ArchiCAD, Autodesk Inventor, NX, Solid Edge, PTC Creo Parametric, AutoCAD, CATIA or SOLIDWORKS.

CADENAS says engineers and architects spend 27% of their time searching for information. 3Dfind.it was developed to significantly reduce search times and to increase efficiency in engineering and building planning.

The following search functions are available to users of the system:

 

 

The visual search machine for digital component data 3Dfind.it is available at: www.3Dfind.it

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