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Friday, November 6, 2015

Free hsb3DPrinting Add-in for Revit – Disassemble Revit Models into Connectable Panels Fit for 3D Printing (Updated)

Updated 6/14/2016: This add-in has been renamed hsbModel.

From the Autodesk App Store...

hsbcad’s hsb3DPrinting is an add-in for Autodesk® Revit® that enables you to decompose a Revit building model into logical, scaled elements, print them on a standard 3D printer, and then assemble the model by clicking or gluing the elements together.

hsb3DPrinting can print Revit models on a large scale by splitting up objects that can be visually viewed in the building model, modifying them, and adding clickable connections to them.

A hsbcad customized family** is installed to provide the technology for the connections and labelling of the building model**. A ribbon shows the workflow of turning a Revit model into batches of stereolithography (.stl) files, containing ‘’FreeForms’’ of the building model with connections. See www.hsbcad.com/3dprinting and check out the promo video on www.hsblabs.com.






About This Version
Version 1.0.1, 9/4/2015
First version

The free hsb3DPrinting add-in is brought to you by hsbcad BVBA. There's more information available on the Autodesk App Store.

Editor's Note: This add-in helps you to maximize usage of your 3D printing bed by preparing a Revit model for larger size 3D printing in a semi-automated fashion. For free. And if you're 3D printer uses a plastic-like material, the pieces of the model snap together without the need of tools. Editor's Choice worthy? You betcha!


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