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Monday, September 18, 2017

The Week that was in Revit and Navisworks Add-ons for Sep 11-17, 2017

The week of September 11, 2017 was a fairly busy one here on Revit Add-ons with 24 posts published.

New

From the Autodesk App Store, we posted about INTELSYS Integration with SAP for Navisworks.

From around the Internet, we posted about MEPcontent PLiP for Piping for placing manufacturer-specific piping systems with auto-routing, the free SANHA Product Line Placer for creating SANHA piping systems, the free ABB Busch-Jaeger Switch Range Configurator, and the free MEPcontent Browser.

Updated

For App Store updates, please see our latest roundup.

From around the Internet, we posted about AVAIL V3.4.1, and the free RFO Benchmark V3.1 for determining how fast Revit runs on a computer.

Miscellaneous

We posted the latest in our series of monthly 'What's Hot' articles, What's Hot in Revit Add-ons for August 2017.

We posted about new RPC automobiles now available in ArchVision's Stash.

We posted about free Autodesk user conferences powered by Cadline.

We posted an article about bridge design in Revit.

From the world of Dynamo, we posted about placing structural framing on complex surfaces in Revitpushing space data into COBie.component.space with Dynamo, and using Dynamo to remove controlled parameters from view templates.

For the do-it-yourselfers out there, we posted about RvtMetaProp, an open-source add-in for creating and populating shared parameters from a spreadsheet.

For free Webinars, we posted about:

Trendsetting

Top of the Pops

Now for an unprecedented FIFTH week in a row, the post titled Free Revit API Docs – Web-based, Searchable and Extensible API Documentation, which we featured in our latest What's Hot article, spent the entire week in the #1 spot of our 'Trending Top 10 for the Last 7 Days' list.

Rock Steady

The following posts spent the entire week in our top ten list:

In and Out of Love

The following posts spent the majority of the week in our top ten list:

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