We’ve been diligently testing our Tools4BIM DOCK* against Revit 2021 to ensure complete compatibility of all the BIM Solutions and Tools4Revit Add-ins therein. Thanks for your patience, those of you who’ve been awaiting the pronouncement. We’re glad to say our tools are ready to use with Revit 2021!
*The Dock is an interactive window in Autodesk® Revit® that allows you to access and manage all software products developed by AGACAD to help you get more out of Revit. Read more about the Tools4BIM Dock.
Here’s how to get our tools running on Revit 2021.
For current users of our software
To companies/individuals who have an active license maintenance/subscription of at least one of our tools, we’ve sent an email containing software activation codes and a link to download our 2021 Tools4BIM Dock. (If you can’t find it in your inbox, please check your spam folder.)
NB: If you’re with a company, please ask your BIM manager or IT coordinator for these codes.
What you need to do: Read more »
This regional office of a major engineering consultancy which does a lot of MEP work was struggling with poor sprinkler-design functionality in Revit®. AGACAD’s Smart Sprinklers (now called Fire Sprinkler) software proved to be an ideal solution, saving the company a great deal of time and enhancing its overall BIM capabilities.
NDY (Malaysia) Sdn Bhd is a licensee of the NDY Group, a global engineering consultancy based in Australia known for using a collaborative approach to design in order to deliver coordinated 3D spatial solutions within a fully integrated BIM model. Read more »
Printing of the project papers is very important think. This part of the work usually looks like very simple but it takes a huge amount of time. I wish that Autodesk® Revit® could make all printing papers automatically. But is this only a dream? NO!Read more »
Some add-ons from T4R© (Tools 4 Revit) product line are already compatible with Autodesk® Revit® 2015! Last week we released new versions 2015.1 of these tools:
All updated T4R extensions operate faster with Revit 2015.
If you want to use the newest versions of tools for Revit, please find the newest installations of these products in their download pages (click on the product title in the upper list).
Designers across the world are trying to find the answer how to easily model their roof designs in Autodesk® Revit® platform. This series of articles will explain how to easily do that by using Wood Framing Pro suite developed by AGA CAD Ltd. As Wood Framing Pro works exceptionally only with native Revit® element families, articles contains useful Revit® tips and tricks for everyday use. These will also have different common roof types and structural solutions (for example same type of roof can be done using rafters or trusses, so both will be covered in these articles).
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All designers need to add dimensions to their Autodesk® Revit® drawings. Placing dimensions is time consuming job therefore they seek to find the easiest way to do this. Extension for Revit Quick Dimensions can be their recourse, because this tool allows Revit users to simplify and speed up the Revit project documentation process.
Quick Dimensions quickly creates dimensions by applying a user defined configuration. This Revit app automatically adds dimensions to selected architectural, structural or mechanical elements, and it enables to add dimension chains in sections and elevations automatically. Quick Dimensions creates more than one dimension chain with one click. This extension can help you in case you need to join existing separate dimensions to one dimension chain.
Sometimes our clients who use Quick Dimensions are confronted with the following situation: “After adding dimensions with “Preselected Walls Dimensioning”, the dimension lines are all in the same line. What should I do to get 3 separate dimension lines?”Read more »
Team of tools4revit© development today has released updated Fast Documentation Pack that includes 5 products of tools4revit© product group. Revit apps those are included in Fast Documentation Pack allow you to automate BIM data analysis and specification process by extracting the required elements, various parameters and material requirements directly from the project’s BIM models:
- Excel2Revit imports MS Excel spreadsheets into Autodesk® Revit® with its design settings; automatically inserts any external data from doc/txt/xls and creates/updates tables in Revit® drafting view.
- Dynamic Legend quickly creates, modifies, and updates intelligent legends for different Revit® elements.Read more »