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Apr 17, , We are excited to finally be able to publicly talk about and give access to the new version of the software. A lot of work as gone into what we have delivered, and it is only the beginning! The key things this year include: Better Revit interoperability. Your Fabrication databases now work inside of Revit , which is pretty cool!
ITM is now native to Revit. This is going to benefit those that need to produce Revit deliverables at the end of the project and those that are looking at Revit as a platform to model in in the future. To Import and Export. MAJ through Revit, you require a plug-in. It is free and it is due to drop by the end of the month. It will be available to download from Autodesk Exchange. The process is relatively simple, and it lets you bring a.
MAJ file into Revit with supported content. Hopefully this makes the options for custom development so much greater. We already have several partners looking to create great add-in tools that complements the functionality that already exists in the products.
It also means more people can get involved, as the API uses. NET which is more widely understood that scripting. Have fun! Unlocked content. Yes, we decided to unlock all the ITMs we ship with the product. Why did we do this? To create more options for our customers.
Every customer is different and have different content needs, so we think it will be better for Autodesk to reinvest its energy in making the content creation process simpler and developing value-added tools that support the process. By unlocking the content we want to make it easier for customers to support their own needs without having to rely on Autodesk. We hope you enjoy the new releases and, above all, appreciate the direction we are going and understand our commitment to the industry.
The next few years are going to be great! I personally am really looking forward to continuing to work on developing these tools. Hopefully this helps remove any doubt.
Absolutely not! We will be continuing to develop all the platforms to improve workflows for our customers and provide as many options as possible to accommodate the way you want to work.
This first release is only our first showing. Things will continue to improve and enhancements will be released periodically, as always. At this time, not all ITMs are supported by Revit. Certain ITM types will not be brought into Revit. This includes flex duct, structural members, air terminals, and mechanical equipment. In place of these components, you can use Revit Family RFA based components using the category's standard placement tools. Is this release intended to enable me to fully detail in Revit?
No, that has never been the intention of this release. The intention of this release is to provide a better way to bring. MAJ files into Revit and out of Revit, while giving you public access of the great development work we are doing to provide more modelling options for customers.
For those that want to model in Revit using their Fabrication databases, you certainly can, and then export your models into Fabrication for documentation and field preparation. At the end of the day it is about using the tool that best meets the need of the job. Can the functionality in Revit convert a model designed with Revit families? The existing functionality still plays a role here, and the RIF process still exists. For the work you do, ITM is what we would suggest you continue to invest in.
Secondly, Revit families can be cumbersome and sometimes contain more detail than you need. This makes a lot of tasks easier.