WEBINAR: 12 must-have Revit tools

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.

Each of the 12 add-ons – including 3 free extensions – in our T4R Suite will be covered in this half-hour webinar, including topics like:

  • grouping, sorting, and renumbering elements in a Revit project;
  • creating and managing sheets;
  • quickly generating documentation;
  • importing data from Excel to Revit, plus creating, distributing, and modifying elements accurately;
  • creating and managing legends of any Revit family category;
  • precisely calculating overall heat transfer coefficient.

TOOLS

Whether you’re an architect, structural engineer, designer, or MEP engineer, the T4R (Tools4Revit) Suite is your all-access pass for Revit® add-ons that will save you lots of time on tasks that can be done automatically. Created by Revit experts, these plug-ins help you customize Revit to meet your specific designing needs and increase your designing efficiency. (More info on each add-on below.)

We hope to see you online!


The T4R Suite includes the add-ons listed below.
Free tools at bottom.


Import MS Excel spreadsheets into Revit projects, including style settings.


Renumber any Revit elements and grids precisely the way you want.


Create intelligent legends in Revit that you can update with a single click.


Create and manage large numbers of sheets based on templates and sorting results.


Automatically add dimensions to chosen elements, join isolated dimensions in a chain, etc.


Quickly manage walls and joins in Revit, insert gravity points, split walls by grids, and more.


Cope trusses and beams with one click by types of connection or intersection.


Automate work in Revit with rooms, spaces, and area-measurement rules.


Calculate the overall heat transfer coefficient for walls, floors, roofs, ceilings, and foundation slabs in a Revit project.


Create and edit holes wherever ducts, pipes, cable trays, or conduits intersect walls, floors, roofs, or ceilings.


Find families in external libraries on your computer or server, check their types and parameters, view them in 2D or 3D, then drag-and-drop to add elements to your project.


Select room/space elements by category, family or type, and network elements for any pipe or duct. Plus a custom filter. No more manual repetition or missed elements!


Have you ever tried out our Revit add-ons? Download our TOOLS4BIM Dock, and get instant access to our free extensions: Smart Select, Smart Browser (free version) & Cut Opening (free version). You might like them so much that they become part of your everyday carry.

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