After months of intense work, MasterTemplate 22 was released today. I have incorporated cutting edge best practices methods and strategies with the aim of creating the “ultimate driving machine” for ARCHICAD.
Power, sophistication and an intuitive framework that you can make your own.
In this 2 hour in-depth presentation you’ll see what’s under the hood, and come along for the ride as we explore the break-through time-saving methodology built into the framework of the project file.
Use the Full Screen button in the bottom right of the video while playing to watch it at a size that allows you to see all the detail.
Pick up a new or upgraded license for MasterTemplate 22 at a special discount:
Notes: One license may be used for an entire office – after all, this is intended to be used as an “office standard”…
Full 90 Day Money Back Guarantee – try MasterTemplate on a project or two, keep it only if you find it useful.
Questions? Email me at firstname.lastname@example.org – I’m always happy to help.
P.S. Cornelis Wegman from Australia posted a comment that made me aware that the framing profiles I had set up were generating linework that went against 2D drawing conventions, with the cross-hatch lines heavier than the outline. I was able to change that quite easily, so the template now produces even better looking sections of the 3D model. Here is a screenshot from the revised section:
I have also corrected a couple of issues that I noticed in the demonstration (you may notice them in the video recording) and further enhanced the settings for Electrical Plans to make the electrical elements stand out clearly against the faint grey background of the building.
MasterTemplate is always going to be a work in progress…however I’m extremely happy with the progress made this year!
I am pleased to announce that I have just released a new 2018 version of my classic introduction to ARCHICAD, QuickStart Lesson 1.
This is the first in a new series of QuickStart lessons, totally revamped and up to date. The QuickStart Course is my training on ARCHICAD basics, available for purchase at https://acbestpractices.com/quickstart (separately or a part of my Best Practices Course).
The original version is the most popular ARCHICAD video tutorial to date with 676,000 views on my YouTube channel. Created in 2011, it’s helped thousands of users get familiar with the working environment of the program.
I share the first several videos from the QuickStart Course on YouTube as my contribution to the ARCHICAD community. I look forward to helping a new generation of users with the new series!
I’m continuing my series of free videos on ARCHICAD 21 Stairs and Railings. This 19 minute tutorial is focused on three common options for stair balustrades that require subtle adjustments of settings to achieve.
NOTE: You can still sign up for my full ARCHICAD Stairs & Railings Course for half price on this page: https://bobrow.com/stairs.