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
Are you interested in Tekla to Revit (and back) interoperability? Then check out:
Tekla-Revit Interoperability Forum | LinkedIn
Various plug-ins and workflows are available which may help you coordinate the two systems effectively.
One such workflow focuses on using BCF plugins to coordinate and transmit Comments:
- Identify an issue in your model / linked model
- highlight and comment in the plugin tool
- send tiny file to dropbox /shared server / email
- fellow consultant opens comment which zooms to correct location in Revit / Tekla Structures and can immediately take action.
From Highlight and comment directly from Revit into Tekla Structures (and back again) | LinkedIn
A few words on 3D engines and InterOp from WorldCAD Access:
“For instance, InterOp now directly translates from competitor Parasolid, non-competitor SolidWorks (which uses Parasolid — it’s a complicated relationship), competitor Siemens NX, and non-competitor Catia V6; it reads and writes Dassault’s 3DXML with tesselation. It extracts graphical data from CAD programs like Solidworks, and then display it — although it is not clear to me what this last item means.
OK, now I get it. “Graphical data” means that the imported 3D model looks just like in the originating CAD system, completed with shading, rectangular boxes at the ends of leaders, arrowheads, and so on.”
Live blogging from the 3D Insiders Summit – WorldCAD Access
|New Dassault logo via WorldCAD Access