Why we do not find on the web reliable and quality BIM objects?
When it comes to BIM components, the first question that arises is how to be able to find in the great confusion of the web the right platforms to download and share reliable and quality elements.
For those of us who deal with this type of problem on a daily basis, you will know that most of the time you come across elements (called “families” in Revit’s consolidated language) that present a level of detail and information that is often complex and incompatible with the models themselves.
Objects, true three-dimensional representations of real products, contain parameters and levels of detail that simultaneously include metric, engineering, performance and maintenance information. But as often happens, when these are carried out by third parties and not directly by the manufacturing companies (since they do not have sufficient expertise in BIM), the risk is to share products that are too complex or nested, difficult to manage or to import with inside of our models.