Svorgodne wrote: ↑Wed Apr 07, 2021 9:47 am
I am making detailed plans and it is easier to make some 2D hatches on the sections rather than to build them in 3D due to time consumption.
I don't think that is a problem at all. On the contrary, you will see that for architectural purposes, it is best to model only to a certain level of detail. In the office I work, this is usually M 1:50, which means that we do not really model finer details than that because having an overly detailed model can have serious performance consequences, and may also take too much time to do.
So it is a completely correct workflow that you model your elements to a desired level of detail, then add 2D information as needed. Or create your architectural details in 2D, for example (using the model as a reference of course). To get the most advantage out of BIM, you need to find that balance between 2D and 3D, because 3D gives you automatically generated correct sections and details, so that is something you guys need to work out in your office (maybe you already have).