Dead simple clash grouping based on your already established model hierarchy. Distill is here to save you valuable time and accelerate the production of usable models for your team.
One click to highlight the worst areas in the model. One more to tag the clash groups for your team.
Orient anyone to the exact pipe/conduit/duct section/anything you are talking about. Get back to coordinating as fast as possible.
Are you sick of grouping clashes manually or using poorly designed plugins with complicated setups?
Distill is the answer. Dead simple clash grouping built to maximize your team’s effort.
Have you ever thought “Why can’t Navisworks just tell me where the most clashes are?”.
HeatMap is your x-ray vision across all of your clash tests. One click to highlight the worst areas in the model. One more to tag clashes for your team to get to work.
Are you tired of hearing “Where is that?” or “Can you give me a plan view” during coordination calls?
Orient anyone to the exact pipe/conduit/duct/wall/anything you are talking about. Get back to coordinating as fast as possible.
Every Sherlock feature automatically updates with the latest enhancements and bug fixes. It’s so fast the only thing you’ll notice is how great Sherlock runs.
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“This simple but robust tool has saved our coordination team countless hours. The task of grouping clashes has been redefined from hours to seconds. The task of explaining where a clash occurs in the model has transformed as well. The old way was a lengthy description of column lines and directions. Now with Sherlock a click of the mouse shows the clash in plan view with a giant arrow pointing at it. This saves everyone from the draftsmen to the BIM coordinator a lot of time.”
“Sherlock saves me a lot of time when I’m running clash tests. The automatic grouping feature is extremely fast and really helps out our subs. Sherlock allows me to quickly determine where the biggest problem areas are so I can spend less time clicking through clashes and more time coordinating.”
“I’ve never used the old way of grouping clashes, but after speaking with one subcontractor whom said 3/4th of her time is just making these groups, I’ve seen the impact Sherlock has had. Being able to receive updated models and quickly create the groups allows me to jump right into reviewing clashes. In addition, having the option to either regroup all clashes OR keep existing groups has eliminated the time dedicated to reviewing the same clash several times.”