Thursday, September 28, 2017

T4R Sort&Cope – Beam and Truss Auto-Coping

From the AGACAD website:

Beam and Truss Auto-Coping Extension

Sort&Cope eliminates the need to cope structural framing elements one by one in Revit®, with tools that let you cope trusses and other constructions in one click, cope beams by types of connection or intersection, and change coping distance or method. 

Sort&Cope manages a process of coping with structural framing elements by predefined coping distance. This Revit® extension quickly and easily copes with ends of beams and trusses in different ways. It provides a set of tools for coping with structural framing elements by predefined framing distance.

Both standalone and network license types of software licenses are available. User can easily migrate from standalone license type to network if additional NLM Annual Service was ordered.

Compatible with BIM software Autodesk® Revit®, Autodesk® Revit® Architecture, Revit® Structure.


Copes all beams intersected to the
selected beam.

Copes beams connected to beams from
both sides.

Copes all beams connected to the
selected beam.

Changes predefined coping distance with
the new value of distance.

Copes different elements of trusses.

  • Save time when using Revit Structure on a daily basis. Using the standard Cope command within Revit Structure takes a lot of time because each beam must be coped separately. Coping with Sort&Cope is much faster by allowing you to cope selected constructions with one click.
  • Easy to Use. Simple user-friendly interface allows you to change the coping distances or coping method and cope selected beams the way you need to be coped.


“Of the one which I am now using daily: Sort & Cope is sensational. The tool allows you to adjust the coping on beam to beam or beam to column attachments very easily indeed. For me it's a great tool."

- Ian Kidston, Owner at All Extension Design Service, Australia.

Sort&Cope is brought to you by AGACAD. It's priced at US $99.00/year.

This add-in is compatible with Revit 2018, 2017, and 2016.

There's more information available on the AGACAD website.

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