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Assembly code does not exist
Assembly code does not exist


One of the most important things to to do in an information model is to classify elements. A typo or another kind of mistake is easily made. DAQS helps checking the classification codes.

Of course you can create a schedule in Revit and see if an element has a classification code, but a schedule wont show you if a code exists.

DAQS connect checking rules to classification codes so if a code does not exist the element can not be checked. An empty classification code does not exist and therefor those elements are flagged as well.

In the DAQS Assist we help engineers find those elements that do not comply to the classification code system.

Contact us if you want to know more about model validation.


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Daniël Gijsbers

Daniël Gijsbers

Implementation Consultant
Worked for Autodesk reseller 2007 - 2015
Worked for and Collaborated with Autodesk since January 2015
Specialisation in Revit and Design Automation Processes.
Civil Engineer based in The Netherlands
+20 years experience in AEC industry