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5 -The **Industry Foundation Classes** IFC specification is a neutral data format to describe, exchange and share information typically used within the building and facility management industry sector. IFC is the international standard for openBIM
5 +FFiFigureThe **Industry Foundation Classes** IFC specification is a neutral data format to describe, exchange and share information typically used within the building and facility management industry sector. IFC is the international standard for openBIM
6 6  - [[source>>url:http://www.ifcwiki.org/index.php?title=IFC_Wiki]]
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8 8  Exports to the IFC format can be done in a BricsCAD version that supports conversion (BricsCAD BIM). This article is a step by step guide that will cover how the export is done. First, the model must be generated in an empty drawing. Create one under the category //3D //in the [[project browser>>doc:IMPACT Applications.Project Manager.Project Browser.WebHome]], as shown below.
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53 53  == Access IMPACT data ==
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55 +A huge advantage with exporting IFC from BricsCAD, and not from AutoCAD, is when opening the IFC model in an IFC viewer (in //Figure 9// Solibri Model Viewer is used) that the elements will be presented in a tree-structure that categorizes element in buildings, floors, and types (see //1 //in //Figure 9//).
56 +Similar to AutoCAD, the properties of all elements can be found under the IMPACT tab (see //2// in //Figure 9//).
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60 +//Figure 9: IFC model in an IFC viewer //
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