Invalid login/password combination. You may wish to try over or reset your password
We could not find any active order with id or e-mail mentioned. Try again
Connect form making to documentation with improved Revit interoperability for tools like Rhino and FormIt Pro.
Use shared parameters in key schedules to drive geometry and control visibility of model elements within Revit families.
Model faster, more accurately, and with greater precision when placing and manipulating rebar elements.
Model and modify wall profiles with greater control for sloped and tapered walls.
Share files easily with export and batch export of Revit views and sheets to 2D PDF files with user-defined naming rules.
Improvements to scheduling and annotation tools make it easier to capture and communicate design intent.
Revit allows us to be at the forefront of mechanical design firms by keeping current with the evolution of building design software. Using Revit allows us to bid on more projects, larger projects and more complex projects than firms who only design in 2D systems like AutoCAD.
The ability to collaborate our mechanical and plumbing designs with the structural, architectural, electrical and civil disciplines in real-time and review the implications of service routing on the structure and the architectural considerations that must be made.
For mechanical design, there is a lack of residential duct fittings, register boots, diffusers, etc. and it's obviously geared towards commercial and larger project MEP designs. It would be very helpful if there were residential fittings included in this software.
Integrating with Enscape3D rendering, Revit allows a best-in-class time to market when getting a project VR ready.
Autodesk Revit is a seamlessly powerful 3D design tool with a vast set of tools and plugins, integrating seamlessly with 3D rendering tools as Enscape3D to get VR-ready rendering. Both primary templates are available, metric and imperial. The sketching feature is a great asset, and the temporary dimension displayed around an element controls its placement, which is a great help for a designer. BIM features helps to optimize the design cycle, and allows visualize the end product both for designers and clients.
The integrated rendering uses CPU power instead of GPU power, resulting in a loss of overall performance.
Mostly 3D coordination with different disciplines. Revit allows us to export our model into Revizto and Bluebeam, and we can use different software for clash detection.
It is a collaborative tool which makes it easier for different disciplines to coordinate the design together. Revit also has integration with other software such as Bluebeam and Revizto.
Revit can take quite a bit of time to load if there are many models linked, and it can crash unexpectedly from time to time. The schedules are not very user-friendly and do not allow for a lot of customization.
All the architecture models and the MEP is easy to check for interference in the same software without taking the time to export the model and doing it in another software.
The tools are very well adapted to disciplines such as architecture and MEP.
It does not have many facilities to make free forms or custom elements. Also, the structural version is not as complete as other software in the market. I would like to have a tool for the steel without the necessity to install a plug-in.
Compared to other software, Revit does AE design better and faster. It has Cloud integration to share your model with other companies and work in the same model simultaneously. It also easily prints to the PDF software we use, Bluebeam, which allows us to easily mark-up the drawings after the fact for quick mockup PDFs.
What is most helpful about Revit is that it allows you to work both in 2D and in 3D efficiently and starts assembling other drawings while you are working just on one. It allows you to seamlessly move between views to work on multiple things at once. More upsides include its ability to import other file types and work off of them, such as PDFs or AutoCAD files. It also easily integrates with many rendering software types, such as Lumion and Enscape. This is extremely valuable in creating quick vignettes to share with the client on how the project design looks.
Revit has a little bit of a learning curve, but once you get past that, it is straightforward to use. There are also a handful of macros you can learn and customize. I feel as though I am constantly learning new things about this software.