Monday, August 22, 2011

Revit Extensions for Autodesk Revit Architecture 2012

Revit Extensions for Autodesk Revit Architecture 2012 are available to Autodesk subscription customers as a single download and installation.

Modeling Category

Excel Based Model Generation

Generates a Revit model based on data defined in an MS Excel sheet, including levels, columns, beams and walls.

Frame Generator

Defines 3D models of multi-bay frames.

Grids Generator

Generates levels or grid lines in a 3D model.

Wood Framing Walls

Generates timber framing for walls selected in a structure model.

Tools Category

Compare Models

Compares two Revit models and presents differences between successive versions of a structure project.

Content Generator

Generates families for sections, reinforcing bars and materials using constructional databases.

Element Positioning

Creates position tags using the Mark parameter for selected objects based on type, family, level, etc.

Freeze Drawings

Separates a drawing / view from an object model to ensure that this drawing / view is left unchanged.

Shared/Project Parameters

Converts family parameters to shared parameters or add/replaces shared parameters to Revit families.

Text Generator

Inserts typed text or text loaded from a file into a drafting view.

Bridges Category

Roads and Terrain

Defines a 3D model of roads and terrain based on user-defined parameters of LandXML file import.

Autodesk subscription customers may download the Revit Extensions for Autodesk Revit Architecture 2012 here.


Anonymous said...

Hi, does this extensions work on revit 2013?

Tim Grimm said...

Generally speaking, Revit add-ins compiled for one version will not run on later versions without being modified or, at least, recompiled. There is a version of these extensions available for 2013.

Unknown said...

Hi, Can we change the text generator section default value and make our own value as default value in text generator section tab??
Please give the solution.


Tim Grimm said...

Yuva: You'll have to contact the manufacturer for the answer. In this case, Autodesk.