Even though VisualARQ adds BIM features to Rhino aimed at architectural projects, some of its main features can be useful in other sectors. We can see some examples of it.
Freeform beams, railings, walls… Section drawing tools…, Custom dynamic objects… The Marine design industry is quite close to architecture, and VisualARQ features can be useful for designing ships and yachts.
Read in this post some of the most relevant VisualARQ features for Marine Design.
Scan to BIM
Rhino is widely used to bring point clouds of scanned objects into digital models. VisualARQ is also used in this field to recreate the existing building with architectural objects and deliver BIM model at the end of the day.
Whenever it comes to produce 2D drawings of your project, such as plan view, section views or elevation, no matter what kind of design or size of it, VisualARQ 2D tools help you in this task.
VisualARQ is used to open an IFC file, add data on it in Rhino, edit and model some stuff and export it back to IFC. In addition, all data stored in the geometry can be managed and reported with the custom parameters and quantity take-offs tools.
VisualARQ helps to prepare the architectural environment to work on interior design, and produce the documentation of it.