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Artifact Integration

Artifact
Aiprentice develops technology to preserve AECO industry's institutional memory, pass on their institutional knowledge, mentor a younger generation of the profession, and use this knowledge as data to standardize and automate construction documentation.
Artifact - find parapet details in seconds (1)
Activate Artifact on BIM360 Account Admin
Artifact home - type anyhting
Artifact search - find %22the detail%22 you need
Works with:BIM 360 Docs
The Integration

Artifact is a search engine for your construction drawings and metadata. You can find every relevant detail drawing ever drawn in your firm in 1 second, and make collections of views to share with your colleague. You can add any project that is stored on Autodesk Docs to Artifact with 1 click. 

Artifact is a search engine for your construction drawings and metadata. You can find every relevant detail drawing ever drawn in your firm in 1 second, and make collections of views to share with your colleague.

Details

  • Enable you to search through your projects for existing solutions.
  • Get a copy of the interested solution that can be reused.
  • Create collections of solutions for collaboration.

Support:

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All users I presented to loved it. This is exactly what we need. If I had money I would like to invest in this.

- Digital Practice Manager at ZGF

Artifact saves a lot of time trying to find precedent details for how other projects have detailed items. I would LOVE to see Artifact grow. I mention it every time I am on a project that starts CDs. It's such a good time-saving, and learning tool!

- PA at Perkins & Will

I can see this being helpful to learn details too. Often PAs will tell you to revise a detail per some markups, but you don't always grasp what they are getting at. This can be a good tool for younger designers to learn and see good examples for reference.    

- Designer at Shepley Bulfinch