Upgrade Features of AcceliARCH 2017 Professional

  • Compatibility with all platforms based on AutoCAD 2013-2017
    AcceliARCH will work with Architectural Desktop, Building Systems, Land Surveying, and Map. 
  • Works with 64bit AutoCAD versions 2010-2017
  • Full compatibility with IntelliCAD 8.2 and AcceliCAD 2017
  • Curtain Wall and Storefront Objects
  • Mansard Style Roofs with custom profiles
  • Tapered Walls (varying width)
  • New 'Styles' Toolbar makes adding or modifying AcceliARCH objects easier than ever
  • Multi-level function functionality added to the styles toolbar.  This enhancement allows you to easily see what level an object is on and change multiple objects to a different level
  • Openings can overlap adjacent walls
  • Double-click editing of AcceliARCH objects
  • Column-width Word wrap for keynotes
  • New toolbar GUI
  • Rendering Materials supported in IntelliCAD and AcceliCAD
  • Sections supported in IntelliCAD and AcceliCAD
  • Many bug fixes including
    Problems with direct distance entry have been fixed
    Wall poches update automatically when walls are stretched or grip edited
    Ceiling grid
    2D Projector has been updated  

Upgrade Features of ArchT 2004 Professional

  • Compatibility with all platforms based on AutoCAD 2004, 2005
    ArchT will work with Architectural Desktop, Building Systems, Land Surveying, and Map.  It will also work with all platforms based on AutoCAD 2000 and 2002.  A version is also available to work with AutoCAD 14.
  • Updated block libraries
    3D blocks have been updated to work with AutoCAD 2004/2005
    Many of the 2D blocks have been updated to use polyline boundaries
  • New and improved Navigator
    Navigator will retain window size from session to session

    Option to exit Navigator window when inserting a block using the (KTI_ARCHT_NAVDISP) LISP function.
    Added button to view 1 block at a time by magnifying the block
    The previous selection is remembered when Navigator is reopened
    Navigator now updates the slide area when switching to a category that has no slides
  • Many bug fixes including
    Problems with direct distance entry have been fixed
    Wall poches update automatically when walls are stretched or grip edited
    2D Projector has been updated and is installed with ArchT
    Compatibility with Accurender 3.1


Upgrade Features of ArchT 2000 Plus


 

Expanded Autolayer Control

AutoCAD and IntelliCAD commands can now be assigned layers within Autolayer. Autolayer also uses an "Explorer Style" dialog interface. This facilitates layer name, color, and linetype grouping as in the AutoCAD 2000/2002 layer dialog.
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Ease of use and increased drafting speed

Example: Dimensions, Text and Mview Objects, as well as any drawn entity, can now be automatically inserted on an office standard or assigned layer.

 

Enhanced Reporting Features

The ArchT Reporting functionality has been improved to allow the user to determine which data fields are required for a query. Previous versions of ArchT reports could automatically limit selection sets to certain specific objects, such as All Walls or All Doors.
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Expanded capability and increased productivity

Example: A report could be designed to include all furniture symbols. However, anything could be a furniture "object." Therefore, user-specified data fields in reports can be tagged as "required" to complete the query. If, for instance, a block does not have a required record field named "furniture_mfr" it is not considered furniture and is eliminated from the report query. And so two potentially identical blocks can be treated as totally different object types.

 

Customizable Annotation Symbols

ArchT annotation symbols now have style templates. Users can customize ArchT annotation symbol properties to match their office standards. Symbols include: Detail, Section, and Keynote symbols.
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Easily customized to meet your users needs.

Example: Walls, windows and doors can now be stretched, copied, moved, mirrored, arrayed, offset, broken and exploded using native commands. Windows and doors can be grip-edited while maintaining their associativity with walls.

 

Native Commands for ArchT entities

ArchT now supports the native AutoCAD and IntelliCAD editing commands.
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Shorter learning curve, ease of use

Example: Walls, windows and doors can now be stretched, copied, moved, mirrored, arrayed, offset, broken and exploded using native commands. Windows and doors can be grip-edited while maintaining their associativity with walls.

 

Automatic Numbering

Doors, Windows & Rooms can be numbered automatically. Tags can be added automatically and updated during the renumbering process. Numbering can be carried out in a variety of methods, including by grouping.
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Increased speed and convenience

Example: Doors can be grouped by room number using a letter increment. If a door is modified the number is automatically updated unless overridden.

 

Associative Polylines

Polylines can now be used as boundaries to automatically group data; identify rooms, zones, work areas, detail modules, buildings, etc.
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Expanded capabilities and increased productivity

Example: If a record designed to store a room number is attached to a polyline, an associative tag dropped within the polyline boundary will automatically display the room name. Move, or copy, the associative tag to within the boundary of a different polyline and a new room name is automatically reported.

Additional Example: By defining room boundaries in a plan with a polyline, ArchT reports can be generated which lists the furniture and equipment grouped and sub-totaled by room. If you move a chair into another room, the report will recognize the change and revise the sub-total automatically.

 

Support for both IntelliCAD
& Autodesk's AutoCAD

ArchT licenses for IntelliCAD, AutoCAD R14, 2000, 2002 versions on same CD.
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Choose the platform that works best for you

 

Enhanced Reporting Features

The ArchT Reporting functionality has been improved to allow the user to determine which data fields are required for a query. Previous versions of ArchT reports could automatically limit selection sets to certain specific objects, such as All Walls or All Doors.
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Expanded capability and increased productivity

 

Example: A report could be designed to include all furniture symbols. However, anything could be a furniture "object." Therefore, user-specified data fields in reports can be tagged as "required" to complete the query. If, for instance, a block does not have a required record field named "furniture_mfr" it is not considered furniture and is eliminated from the report query. And so two potentially identical blocks can be treated as totally different object types.

 

New Drafting Utilities

  • Dimension editing tools allow users to glue, break, and align dimension strings
  • Text dialog lets users edit text properties
  • Keynotes can generate legends across XREF's
  • Entity editing utilities: Copy+Rotate, Move+Rotate, Copy Multiple, Quick Scale
  • Block editing tools: "In place" block redefinition tools
  • Paperspace Utilities let users save and restore viewport specific settings, such as viewport scale factors and viewport specific layer settings (VPLAYER).
  • Layer visibility: isolate and restore

 

Navigator

  • Over 800 new blocks added to Navigator including fasteners and molding profiles.
  • Navigator now features an "Explorer style" interface and supports docking in the AutoCAD window.

 

Improved User Interface

  • Standard "Right-click" menus support all entity types for rapid in-place editing.
  • Long file name support
  • API enhancements

 

Floors & Ceilings

ArchT can now create floors & ceilings using the new lightweight modeling capabilities. Floors and ceilings can be created from polylines (similar to AutoCAD 3D solids), but can be grip-edited in place, as well as converted between 2D plan views & 3D model views. This feature can also be used to easily create counter tops, terrain, 3D steel, and other complex surfaces.

 

AccuRender 3 Support

ArchT has been enhanced to support the pre-assignment of AccuRender3 materials and mapping coordinates. ArchT 3D blocks now contain material assignments for AccuRender 3, as well as AutoCAD Render material assignments.

 

Detailing Components

ArchT now includes steel shapes, studs, joists, and track.

 

General Features

ArchT for IntelliCAD and ArchT for AutoCAD R14-2002 version on same CD.
Windows 2000, XP, Vista.
Updates to all "on-line" and printed documentation
New process tutorial

(* denotes features exclusive to AutoCAD platform at this time)

 

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