Curtain Walls & Panels in Revit [WEBINAR]

This free 30-minute webinar on May 14th will be about designing parametric unitized curtain wall systems efficiently in Revit® using our Curtain Walls & Panels BIM software.

The result you’ll see is a building facade framed with highly-detailed unitized elements with hundreds of details (like mullions, transoms, window glass holders and drainages, pressure plates, cover plates, insulators, infills, connection brackets, gaskets, bolts, etc.) inserted automatically throughout the Revit model. We’ll also generate fabrication information (shop drawings and cut lists) with the necessary views, schedules, and drawings.

If you’re an AEC industry professional – engineer, architect, designer, BIM manager – involved in the design or prefabrication of facades for residential, industrial, or especially commercial buildings, we invite you to sign up for this webinar to see how to bring your curtain wall design process to the next level of automation. The webinar will be held twice, so please register for the session that’s more convenient for you.

SessionMost convenient for:THURSDAY, May 14th, 2020 
1Europe, Africa, Asia, Oceania10:00-10:30 AM Central EuropeanREGISTER
2Americas, Europe10:00-10:30 AM US CentralREGISTER

Learn how to:

  • model multi-layer unitized curtain wall elements
  • create sheeting layouts using predefined configurations 
  • distribute screws, cuts, supports, and other connections by predefined rules  
  • set your numbering configurations and then number all elements  
  • generate material schedules and shop drawings with automated dimensions and tags




Our software for designing curtain walls and panels in Autodesk® Revit® simplifies the process of framing architectural curtain walls and panels. Distribute mullions, transoms, window glass holders, pressure plates, cover plates, insulators, infills, and other details by the batch-load throughout your model based on your predefined rules to get high-quality framing model at the required LOD. Easily mark elements in your project according to property and location. Real-time full-project updates ensure accurate bills of materials and builders work drawings. And fabrication information can be generated automatically with the views, schedules, and drawings you need. All that ensures quality production and accurate assembly on site.

Architectural curtain wall panels modeled in Autodesk Revit using AGACAD Curtain Walls & Panels light-gauge steel framing software


SessionMost convenient for:THURSDAY, May 14th, 2020 
1Europe, Africa, Asia, Oceania10:00-10:30 AM Central EuropeanREGISTER
2Americas, Europe10:00-10:30 AM US CentralREGISTER
We hope to see you online!
Want to find out if our Curtain Walls & Panels design software is the right solution for you? Our professionals can help you quickly find out how it can benefit your design process.


Paid Trial

To properly assess Curtain Walls & Panels, you’ll need sample families, sample configurations, and personal training with our engineers. For that we offer a Paid Trial that includes:

  • Revit project with sample families & configurations for designing structures consisting of curtain walls & panels
  • Personal online training (2 hours) + answers to your questions
  • 30-day software trial with technical support

*For more information, see our FAQ page.

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