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P&ID Modeler for Revit

We are pleased to announce the release of Revit P&ID Modeler for Revit 2018.1.

Revit P&ID Modeler helps you model piping faster and more efficiently using P&IDs from a Plant 3D Collaboration project directly within Revit.

A common request from our customers across the building and industrial industry has been to have an intelligent connection between their Revit models and a schematic,

Martin Schmid

Five must-know Revit skills for beginners

Your feedback on Revit Help content helps us provide a better learning experience for all customers.  In this post I’ll share how customer input works, and will also point you to videos on five must-know Revit skills.

Have you ever noticed the, “Was this helpful?” message at the bottom of an article on the Autodesk Knowledge Network or in the Revit Online Help?

Jeff Hanson

Temperature Difference in Revit 2017

This info is a bit dated, but the question came up this week, and I had to scratch my head a bit to remember the technicalities behind it to explain.

In the Revit 2017 release, we added a Temperature Difference parameter type, to simplify the process of defining certain calculations in families..

Martin Schmid

Exporting PCF Files from Revit 2018 – Part 2 (Assemblies)

PCF and Assemblies

In a prior post, we showed how to output pipe fabrication parts to a PCF file.  If you are using Assemblies in Revit to generate assembly views, and want to output a PCF of that assembly, you will find that you need to make some enhancements to the PCF output macro.

Martin Schmid

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