MEP Modeler is an add-on for Archicad that allows you to create and edit 3D model-based MEP networks (ductwork, pipework and cabling) and coordinate them within the Archicad Virtual Building[^3^]. If you want to install MEP Modeler for Archicad 16, you need to follow these steps:
Check if you have a valid Archicad 16, Archicad 16 TRIAL, or Archicad 16 DEMO installation on your computer[^2^].
Locate the desired language and OS version in the list below (MEP Modeler Download Packages) and download the installer[^2^].
Start the installer. Important: When installing MEP Modeler, you must be logged on as a member of the Administrator group or have administrative rights on your computer[^2^].
Follow the instructions on the screen. The installer will automatically detect your Archicad 16 installation folder and copy the necessary files there[^2^].
Restart Archicad 16. You will see a new MEP Modeler menu in the menu bar. You can also access the MEP Modeler tools from the Design > MEP Modeling submenu[^2^].
Note: If you are looking for a crack for MEP Modeler Archicad 16, we strongly advise you not to do so. Cracking software is illegal and unethical, and it may harm your computer or compromise your data. Moreover, using a cracked version of MEP Modeler may cause errors or compatibility issues with Archicad 16. The best way to enjoy the full features and benefits of MEP Modeler is to purchase a license from Graphisoft or an authorized reseller[^1^].
Once you have installed MEP Modeler for Archicad 16, you can start creating and editing MEP networks in your Archicad projects. Here are some tips to help you get started:
To create a new MEP network, go to Design > MEP Modeling > Create MEP Network. You can choose from predefined MEP systems (such as HVAC, Plumbing, Electrical, etc.) or create a custom one. You can also assign a name and a color to your MEP network.
To add MEP elements to your network, go to Design > MEP Modeling > Place MEP Element. You can choose from various types of elements (such as ducts, pipes, cables, fittings, terminals, etc.) and adjust their parameters (such as size, shape, orientation, connection type, etc.) in the Info Box or the MEP Settings dialog.
To edit an existing MEP element, select it and use the Pet Palette or the Edit > MEP Modeling submenu. You can move, rotate, stretch, split, merge, or delete MEP elements. You can also use the Edit > Reshape > Align or Distribute commands to align or distribute multiple elements.
To check the collision between MEP elements and other Archicad elements (such as walls, slabs, roofs, etc.), go to Design > MEP Modeling > Collision Detection. You can specify the collision tolerance and the elements to be checked. The detected collisions will be highlighted in red in the 3D window.
To generate documentation for your MEP networks, go to Document > Documenting Tools > Schedules & Lists > MEP Systems. You can create schedules and lists of MEP elements and their properties. You can also export them to Excel or other formats.
MEP Modeler for Archicad 16 is a powerful and easy-to-use tool that can enhance your Archicad workflow and improve your design quality. If you want to learn more about MEP Modeler, you can visit the Graphisoft website or watch the video tutorials on YouTube. 0efd9a6b88