Clash Detection

User-friendly, practical solution that allows you to detect quickly geometric collisions appearing between elements in one model or between elements of several independent models*.

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As you know clash detection helps in effective identification, inspection and reporting of interferences in a BIM model. It reduces the risk of human error which normally would have been discovered on the site and would most likely cause losses and often delays in the implementation of the task.

Clash Detection plugin allows you to:

  • identify geometric collisions between elements of one model;
  • identify geometric collisions between elements of several models (for more than two models – use the Multifile Module);
  • perform the initial selection of items that are checked. You can define the elements for which you want to identify collisions (all, active, selected, custom selected, object list);
  • limit the scope of the search by defining Epsilon**;
  • focus on collisions of the highest importance for the project, thanks to the Min. volume option;
  • accurately visualize the place of the collision, precisely show the place of intersection of the elements;

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Clash Detection – Release notes

  • 1.3
    • The “Show” functionality in the view display options has been extended – options for displaying collisions with colors (“Colors” button) or without
    • Added clearing of settings in selectors and templates
    • The ability to sort by the collision ID column (collision number) has been added to the “Results” plugin tab
    •  Selecting objects on the model that create the specified collision by turning on the autoselect option
    • Exporting collision results by selecting columns and their set order
    • Added the ability to export items from the “Results” tab without views (graphics) to an Excel file
    • Export of columns with object GUIDs as a BIMvision protocol link
  • 1.2
    • The ability to search for a specific value in an object value with the Match operator has been added.