New BIM resource from Geda


Geda has launched its own BIM resource, offering a comprehensive range of its hoist models and accessories as downloads.

The Geda BIM Centre has been designed to make access to the information as quick and easy as possible, and is available in various file formats for use in BIM-related processes, but also for traditional computer-aided planning.

The company said the resource made digital planning and construction simulation simple to use and brings the networked ‘construction site of the future’ a big step closer.


The model data for the company’s popular 500 Z/ZP and 1500 Z/ZP transport platforms are already available, and the portal is being expanded continuously, with more products and information being added.


In addition to high-quality, configurable BIM objects - containing meta data on maximum installed height, load capacity and electrical connection data, along with conventional CAD models, the manufacturer said the information can now be obtained quickly from a clearly structured central source.

This is particularly helpful for the bidding process, as all relevant information can be accessed directly and without additional work.

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