Thanks to everyone who participated in our webinar about the 12 Revit add-ons in our Tools4Revit Suite. It was one of the biggest turnouts we’ve ever had! All seats were taken, so some of you who registered were unable to view the live webinar.
If you’d like to review the webinar, head over to our YouTube channel to watch it. While there, please subscribe to our channel! Meanwhile, here’s a trimmed down version showing a clip of each add-on.
On the download page, you’ll see separate downloads for scripts compatible with Revit 2019 that are good for placing various types of wall reinforcement, including vertical and horizontal meshes, diagonal rebar, edge reinforcement around wall openings and perimeters, and U/O stirrup bar.
With tools like these Dynamo scripts, modeling reinforcement in Revit is easier and faster than ever, so we encourage you to use these scripts that will make your life easier for free. It’s a win-win.
Are you an out-of-box Revit user? Or maybe you don’t use Revit, but you’re thinking about making the switch from AutoCAD 2D to BIM? Either way, this webinar is for you.
Modeling and documentation of precast concrete elements in Revit is the topic. We’re talking slabs, stairs, balconies, columns, etc. Connections, reinforcement, shop drawings, construction drawings, and detail views will also be covered. Plus, your host will talk about the advantages and challenges of using Revit for designing precast, show some tips and tricks, and present the efficiency tools that our Precast Concrete BIM Solution brings to the table.
The 1-hour webinar + Q&A will be hosted twice on December 12th, so please join the time most convenient for you.
All of our Tools4Revit Add-ons (v. 2020) can now be found in the Autodesk App Store for Revit. You can download T4R Add-ons from either the App Store or our TOOLS4BIM Dock.
By way of reminder, free tools have no limitations. Trial versions of our paid Revit plug-ins have no limitations for two weeks and include support during the trial period. That means our BIM application engineers are at your disposal to assist and give a live demonstration. To get help, all you need to do is…
Wood Framing Wall and Wood Framing Roof for Revit (v. 2020) can now be found in the Autodesk App Store. You can download free trials of those BIM Solutions and our other Revit add-ons from either the App Store or via our TOOLS4BIM Dock.
By way of reminder, free tools (Smart Browser Free, Cut Opening Free, Smart Select) have no limitations — they’re completely yours to use.
Trial versions of our paid Revit plug-ins have no limitations for the duration of the two-week trial and include support during the trial period. That means our BIM application engineers are at your disposal to help you out and give a live demonstration. To get assistance, all you need to do is…
We are pleased to announce that we will be exhibiting with our partner Omnix International at the International Concrete Conference & Exhibition (ICCX) in Sharjah, UAE this November 24-25.
As the only trade fair in the Middle East focused exclusively on concrete technology and manufacture, ICCX has quickly established itself as an important meeting point for concrete and precast industry experts.
Omnix has been our exclusive software distributor in the Middle East since March 2014, so we are stoked to be sharing a booth together at the third annual ICCX–Middle East. If you will be there, come visit us at booth 2!
If you’re involved in the design and fabrication of precast concrete and you’ll be at the conference, our structural engineer Valensas would like to meet you. He’d be happy to show how to streamline your process with our Precast Concrete BIM Solution for Revit, answer any questions you may have about it, and of course he’d like to hear from you about what your needs are because that’s how we continually drive our software forward, with feedback from experts out in the industry.
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