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Tuesday, August 9, 2016

AutoTurn for Revit

From the Transoft Solutions website:

THE VEHICLE SWEPT PATH SOLUTION FOR ARCHITECTS

AutoTURN® for Autodesk® Revit® delivers an easy to use swept path analysis tool for Revit users, allowing engineers, architects and other design professionals to perform simple turning maneuvers under the Revit environment. Revit users have the AutoTURN intelligence, database and experience in turning capabilities and swept path analysis at their fingertips, enabling them to perform turning simulations and identify possible constraints or design limitations.

With access to extensive vehicle libraries and the key design checking functionality – this solution is all you need to check your designs, keeping the simulation linked with the project. Select a vehicle that matches your project needs, prepare a simulation and then check your design based on the optimal swept path. It’s all possible with AutoTURN for Autodesk® Revit®

DESIGN WITHIN THE REVIT ENVIRONMENT

Once a vehicle turns in, can it safely reverse out? AutoTURN for Autodesk® Revit ® features forward and reverse simulations that can easily be controlled and adjusted by the user.


AUTOTURN FOR REVIT OVERVIEW

With the latest software for modeling vehicle swept paths, architects can now save time and money by checking their designs themselves without the need for outside consultants.

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AUTOTURN REVIT FEATURES

COMPREHENSIVE VEHICLE DATABASE

All of the AutoTURN vehicle libraries are available to the AutoTURN for Autodesk® Revit® user. An extensive list of possible design vehicles is available from virtually every region around the world.


MODEL COMPLEX SIMULATIONS

Use AutoTURN for Autodesk® Revit® to simulate the turning movements realistically within the user’s site plan drawings. Select a design vehicle and determine if the swept path will conflict with elements within the site plan.


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AutoTurn for Autodesk Revit is brought to you by Transoft Solutions. Pricing was not known at press time.

There's more information available on the Transoft Solutions website.


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