The tools have been updated for Revit 2019. I am providing some download links below for these tools:
- Autodesk Classification Manager for Revit
- Autodesk Model Checker for Revit
- Autodesk Model Checker Configurator
- Autodesk Enhanced DWG Exporter for Revit
- Autodesk COBie Extension for Revit
- Autodesk COBie Extension for Navisworks
Autodesk Classification Manager for Revit
The Classification Manager is free to download and use, just select your Revit version and get started.
Autodesk Model Checker for Revit
The Model Checker is free to download and use, just select your Revit version and get started.
Autodesk Model Checker Configurator
The Model Checker is free to download and use. Click here to download the installer.
Autodesk Enhanced DWG Exporter for Revit
The Enhanced DWG Exporter is free to download and use. This release includes localization for English, French, and German.
Autodesk COBie Extension for Revit
The COBie Extension is free to download and use, just select your Revit version and get started.
Autodesk COBie Extension for Navisworks
This one is ‘coming soon’, so I will update the link once it is released
Autodesk main page for BIM Interoperability Tools here
You would like to assign OmniClass numbers using the 2012 standards but are not able to because the default file shipped with Revit provides numbers from the previous standard.
Symptom: When trying to assign OmniClass 2012 numbers in the family editor the numbers supplied from the table are incorrect.
Issue: The OmniClassTaxonomy.txt file installed with Revit is an older version of the table. The file installed with Revit needs to be replaced with the updated OmniClassTaxonomy.txt file which can be downloaded here.
Solution: Download the attached file and follow the procedure to update the file in the Revit installation.
Note: The AppData folder is a hidden folder, so you need to first enable the viewing of the hidden folders on your system before performing the procedure.
- Navigate to C:Users\AppDataRoamingAutodeskREVIT Example: “C:Users\AppDataRoamingAutodeskREVITAutodesk Revit 2015”.
- Rename existing “OmniClassTaxonomy.txt” to “OmniClassTaxonomy_bak.txt”.
- Copy the downloaded file to this location. Repeat this processfor each user on this local machine.
- In addition, copy the file to the following location. This step ensures that any new future users of this computer will get the updated file. C:ProgramDataAutodesk\UserDataCache Example: “C:ProgramDataAutodeskRVT 2015UserDataCache.
- Repeat process for each Revit product installed (RAC, RME, RST….) as needed.
Note: When using the updated OmniClass file, category sorting is not available. You must manually navigate to the correct category to assign an OmniClass number.
Update OmniClass Taxonomy File | Revit Products | Autodesk Knowledge Network
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