DWG Data Extraction Export Drawing Data to Tables and Excel

DWG Data Extraction Export Drawing Data to Tables and Excel

Extract information from entities or blocks to a table or a CSV file. The Data Extraction wizard enables you to quickly create a bill of materials or to extract other types of information from your drawings. Select entities and filter only the data you want to extract. You can further insert it as a table in the drawing or generate a file that can be imported in a spreadsheet

Export BIM Data to Tables and Excel

Export BIM Data to Tables and Excel

Export the properties of selected BIM objects into tables in the drawing or CSV files for spreadsheets with ARES Commander. Select BIM entities manually, or from the filters in the BIM Navigator, and extract their BIM data. The wizard helps you to isolate only the properties you need. The data can be inserted as a table in the drawing or exported to a CSV file for use in Excel or other programs.

Read BIM Object Properties

Read BIM Objects Properties in ARES Commander

ARES CAD Software now let’s you select objects and read their BIM properties. While viewing and rotating the BIM project you can select objects. The BIM Navigator will highlight them in the Elements tree and the Properties Palette will display their BIM properties. Alternatively, you may select the objects from the elements tree and they will be highlighted in the project.

Import and filter IFC and Revit Files in your DWG File

Import and Filter IFC and Revit Files in Your DWG File

The BIM Navigator palette enables you to import and view one or multiple BIM files in ARES Commander. Supported formats include IFC (versions 2X3, 4 and 4×2), as well as RVT (Revit versions 2011 through 2020). You can further use the filters to show/hide only the objects you need, combining criteria such as the discipline, category, floor, class, or other BIM properties.

Robert Graebert Interview with ODA 2019

Open Design Alliance Interviews Graebert’s CTO Robert Graebert

Robert Graebert, CTO of Graebert CAD Software answers several questions about his impressions of OdaDevCon2019 and his experience working with Open Design Alliance. Open Design Alliance is a nonprofit organization creating SDKs for engineering applications. ODA offers interoperability tools for .dwg, .dxf, .dgn, Autodesk® Revit®, Autodesk Navisworks®, Autodesk ReCap® and .ifc files and a technology stack for visualization, web development, 3D PDF publishing, modeling, and more

Robert Graebert, CTO of Graebert GmbH, presents one of the Visualize SDK features - low memory visualization, implemented in ARES.

Robert Graebert’s Talk About Low Memory Visualization in ARES at the ODA Conference

Robert Graebert, CTO of Graebert GmbH, presents one of the Visualize SDK features – low memory visualization, implemented in ARES. Open Design Alliance is a nonprofit organization creating SDKs for engineering applications. ODA offers interoperability tools for .dwg, .dxf, .dgn, Autodesk® Revit®, Autodesk Navisworks®, Autodesk ReCap® and .ifc files and a technology stack for visualization, web development, 3D PDF publishing, modeling, and more.

Commenting Palette for Improved Collaboration with DWG drawings

The Commenting Palette allows commenting on DWG drawings synchronized by the Cloud Storage Palette of ARES Commander. You may add a general comment to the drawing or link your comment to selected entities. Your colleagues will see your comments and be able to answer them. It gives you an interactive and productive way to improve collaboration around the drawing.