What’s New in Autodesk Revit 2023.1
Autodesk Revit
by David Smolker
1w ago
Revit 2023.1 introduces Twinmotion for Revit, upgrades to MEP modeling tools, more analytical to physical model automation for structural analysis, and handy advancements for everyone, like the ability to edit revisions on multiple sheets, upgrades to the project browser and command functionality, and more! Check the highlights: For the full release notes, check out the What’s New section of the Revit Product Help. Thinking about an upgrade? Recent releases of Revit are faster, user-friendlier, and chock-full of useful features. In Revit 2023 alone, the Revit Factory shipped: New structural ..read more
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Parting the Land from the Sea – A Story of Reinforced Concrete & Revit 
Autodesk Revit
by Dan Peticila
3w ago
Sea trade has been one of the most important domains of commerce, dating back to 5,000 years ago, when the first major trade routes were set along the Arabian Sea. Back then, small wooden ships were used to carry goods. Fast-forwarding through history to present day, ships of over 400 m (1,300 ft.) navigate the World’s oceans and seas and one can only imagine the logistics required for loading and unloading them. Hence, larger and better equipped port terminals were built. Still, the ever-growing interconnectivity for better and more efficient supply chains means that even these structures hav ..read more
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New Parameter Service in Revit is a Leap Forward for BIM Project Administration
Autodesk Revit
by Maria Lamas
1M ago
It is among the most useful updates to Revit in years — and it’s finally here. With Parameter Service working with parameters is now easier and more efficient than ever. Released in Revit 2023, Parameter Service is a semi-automated, fully searchable database of design element parameters. Because Parameter Service lives in the Autodesk Construction Cloud, you can easily share it with teammates and partners across the aisle or on the other side of the globe. Parameter Service: a big deal, in a small package For years, setting and using parameters was a manual, labor-intensive process that could ..read more
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What’s New in ReCap Pro 2023.1
Autodesk Revit
by Maria Lamas
2M ago
You asked, Autodesk answered. Autodesk is constantly developing solutions to make it easier for designers and civil engineers to digitalize infrastructure projects and optimize design and construction workflows.  Based on feedback from customers, Autodesk is delivering an update to ReCap Pro 2023 that will save you time and streamline BIM processes. The update offers new automatic ground classification and visualization features, upgraded import capabilities, enhancements to Cloud Viewer, and improvements to ReCap Photo.  The wait is over — let’s dive into what’s new in ReC ..read more
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Data Exchange Connector for McNeel Rhino® Now in Public Beta 
Autodesk Revit
by David Smolker
2M ago
The new Rhino Connector makes it easier to share geometry and property data with Revit.  Autodesk is pleased to announce the release of the McNeel Rhino Connector into Public Beta. Built on Autodesk Forge, the Rhino Connector lets you share geometry and properties with other connected Autodesk and third-party applications — like Revit, Inventor, and Microsoft Power Automate. All of these connectors were released this year, with the Rhino Connector as the latest addition to an expanding Data Exchange ecosystem. Data Exchanges improve upon conventional file sharing workflows in the AEC indu ..read more
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Data Exchange Connector for Autodesk Revit Now in Public Beta
Autodesk Revit
by David Smolker
2M ago
Create and update Data Exchanges directly in Revit with a new Data Exchange Connector for the desktop. Back in April of this year, we launched Data Exchanges, a new way to share and manage your data across the teams and apps you work with, all through the cloud. Exchanges act as neutral, secure containers for you to share subsets of your building models with stakeholders. No need to pass on your entire model to those you collaborate with – instead, you provide just the data they need.  When we originally released Data Exchanges, we provided support for creating, updating, and managing ex ..read more
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Have You Tried? Investigating Revit features and workflows.
Autodesk Revit
by Jeff Hanson
3M ago
Hi, I’m Jeff Hanson, Senior Content Experience Designer at Autodesk. In this series Have You Tried, I profile a useful feature or workflow in Revit here on the Revit blog, and link to a more in-depth, step-by-step walkthrough of it on the Revit Product Help. I look across what’s new, what’s been around for a while, what maybe you didn’t already know, and find things that can make quality of life for working in Revit better, while making you more productive. If you have a question or something I should try, leave it in the comments. Worksharing Display Modes Do you ever work on a Revit mod ..read more
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New Release for Revit Issues Add-in Now Available — July 2022
Autodesk Revit
by Gabby Winkey
3M ago
In July, a new update to the Revit issues add-in released to the Autodesk Construction Cloud, which enables you to view issues from linked Revit models, visualize Model Coordination clashes by tolerance, and view issues from the project model in Design Collaboration. Read more about it in the BIM 360 Release Notes. The post New Release for Revit Issues Add-in Now Available — July 2022 appeared first on Revit ..read more
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What’s New in ReCap Pro 2023
Autodesk Revit
by Rita Bachkhanji
3M ago
Autodesk ReCap Pro keeps getting better  This is the update you’ve been waiting for. Autodesk® ReCap Pro has always been dedicated providing AEC professionals the best experience for project reality capture data handling, registration, and visualization capabilities. Last year, we delivered the capability to share RealView 360 images via the Autodesk cloud environment. Following the great show of interest in that capability, and based on requests from customers, we now venture on enabling customers to share point cloud data on the Autodesk cloud.  Read the full post on Infrastructure ..read more
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Revit 2023: New Analytical Workflow for Electrical Conceptual Design 
Autodesk Revit
by David Smolker
4M ago
Authored by: Martin Schmid, Product Manager and Brandon White, Technical Marketing Manager With the launch of Revit 2023, we shared a What’s New for MEP post, and mentioned the new electrical preliminary design capabilities in Revit. In this post, we will dig in with a little more detail to provide an overview of the capabilities. This new functionality provides a way for electrical designers and engineers to start capturing electrical design requirements natively within Revit, in contrast to workflows reliant on maintaining data in spreadsheets, PDFs, and other disconnected repositories ..read more
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