bimstore shared parameter file now available to download

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Aligns with the release of v14 of the bimstore bible

In case you missed the news earlier today, this week v14 of the bimstore bible has gone live. The bimstore bible is a document laying out the guidelines we follow when creating models for our manufacturer BIM objects.

In line with the updated bimstore bible, today we have made our shared parameter file available to download – you’ll find this directly under the bimstore bible in the resources section of our website.

What are shared parameters?

Shared parameters are definitions of parameters that can be added to families or projects. Shared parameter definitions are stored in an independent text file (the Shared Parameter file), allowing you to access the file from different families or projects.

v14 of the bimstore bible and the Shared Parameter file are available to download now and you can find them by following this link.

As always, if you have any questions, feel free to drop us a tweet or leave a comment and will get straight back to you. We’re always happy to talk!

About bimstore: bimstore is the UK’s original BIM object library. Developed by specifiers for specifiers, we create and host high quality manufacturer specific BIM content, making it easy to browse and download the world’s best collection of BIM components. If you need any help with BIM content creation then get in touch with the bimstore team today.

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