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.
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…
Thanks to everyone who participated in our webinar last month about the 12 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 haven’t yet seen the full webinar or want to see it again, head over to our YouTube channel to watch it. While there, please subscribe to our channel!
By the way, while you’re watching it, use the timestamps in the video description to skip to the segments of interest to you. Here’s how:
When it comes to Revit®, what’s in your everyday carry? Join our webinar on September 19 and take a crash course on using each of the add-ons in our Tools4Revit (T4R) Suite, including 3 FREE tools. Save time by automating your day-to-day Revit tasks!
Ideal for architects, structural and MEP engineers, designers and drafters, BIM modelers, CAD engineers, and technicians.
The U-value and other analytical properties for windows and doors in Revit are set by default and come from the ASHRAE standard. Sometimes, though, you need different U-values for heating load calculations. So, how do you change these hardcoded values?
You can find these constructions on your computer: C:Program FilesAutodeskRevit 2018en-USConstructions.xml
Be aware that the “Construction.xml” file is different for different Revit Language Packages. So just make sure you modify the right one.
Projects can usually last for a long time and in the end of the projects you can feel your productivity decline. Even MEP engineers get the project when the deadline is NOW. It is normal and usual problem for big projects. The projects become boring and it seems that everything is done but still you have to do documentation things. We have solutions to increase productivity in this case. We automated some documentation tasks that can increase your work productivity. So these tools can make you happy.
AGACAD has different productivity-boosting products but the most memorable and easy to use is little documentation tools. I will shortly introduce them from MEP Engineer’s perspective:Read more »
Numbering elements, importing external data, making legend, adding dimensions, making & managing sheets and other element modeling and documentation tasks are main daily work headaches for each Autodesk® Revit® user. Do you know how to boost Revit model performance and simplify project documentation?
On the second week of June we are hosting webinars on all our inexpensive but very effective Revit apps’ overview for Architects, HVAC Engineers and Structural Engineers.
We kindly welcome you to join the corresponding session and see what productivity tools for Revit every Architect / Structural Engineer / MEP Engineer needs to have for performance of daily tasks. We’ll provide a short overview of productivity tools for Revit for each building designer’s workstation.
In these webinars for building designers you’ll see a short overview on our simple but highly efficient tools that increase design productivity when modeling buildings and preparing documentation. Below you can find a description of each webinar and registration links.Read more »
AGA CAD is a software developer that is looking for the fastest and the most convenient way to work in Autodesk® Revit®. AGA CAD software is specialized in various fields like: architecture, structure, MEP, analysis, etc. This time I want to tell about MEP part of Revit.
AGA CAD is creating professional BIM solutions for MEP engineers that work with Autodesk Revit. I can count over 10 products that can help MEP engineers in their everyday workflow. Our main goal is to find the weakest points in Revit and develop the solution that will increase work productivity in such cases. Some of these solutions can increase work productivity but some of them can open new features that even Revit does not have.
In this article I will list some of AGA CAD’s MEP created solutions:Read more »
AGACAD offers both network and standalone license types of software licenses. Software with standalone licensing allows users to install the software on a single workstation (1 license = 1 computer) without the need to be connected to a company network.
Network licensing helps software user to ensure his/her own access to the right product at the right time, and it enables easy and efficient control of software use. Another customer’s benefit – the only fixed annual fee (valid for 12 months) is applied for a company but not per license.
Network license can be installed on as many computers as desired; however, at any one time, only the maximum number of computers, which is specified in the licenses, can run the software. The Network License Manager (NLM), installed on one or more servers, controls the distribution of particular product licenses to the users.
Based on our experience, AGACAD customers need to have the most effective licensing model to fit their operation rules. Therefore we improved the licensing models. Now AGACAD provides NLM Annual Service that enables current SLM licenses’ migration to NLM licenses and vice versa.Read more »
Today I would like to remind you about few promotional videos that were published on YouTube in the beginning of this summer but because of holiday time they were not shared with our blog readers. Read more »
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