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  • Have you tried
    New how-to articles added regularly by Autodesk's Jeff Hanson.

  • Technology Preview
    With the launch of Autodesk’s 2023 products to the AEC Collection, new debuts for working with data in the cloud take center stage. In this post, we cover 5 new services and workflows, some in technology preview, which are available to AEC Collection subscribers. These can help you improve how you setup and standardize projects, […]

  • Uncategorized
    “It’s the most wonderful time of the year!” Ok, no, it is not the holiday season, but it sure does feel like it when the new version of Revit is released! Autodesk recently released Revit 2023 and there were quite a few Revit Ideas that have been implemented in this release. It was hard to […]

  • What’s New
    [Authored by Autodesk’s Chuck Mies, Eddy Krygiel, and Brett Casson. For questions or to provide feedback on BIM Interoperability tools, email us at BIMInteroperability@autodesk.com.] We are excited to announce that with the release of Revit 2023 comes the global release of the BIM Interoperability Tools v9 (BIT), an add on for Revit. If you have […]

  • Have you tried
    Revit 2023 introduces a new data management and automation capability to Autodesk AEC Collection subscribers. The Revit to Microsoft Power Automate workflow connects Revit data to the ecosystem of Microsoft workplace and productivity apps. In this post, we introduce the workflow, posit some of its intended uses and benefits for AEC project teams, and point […]

  • Roadmap
    Autodesk Revit 2023 released in April and with it we have added new features to the Revit Public Roadmap. For a live look at what’s on the roadmap, check out the Trello board by clicking the image below. Don’t forget to like your favorites. Spring 2022 Update: As is true of every update, the usual […]

  • What’s New
    What’s New in Revit 2023? Better performance, more productivity features seeded from your requests, and smarter ways to work with data, both on the desktop and in the cloud.  It’s that time of year again! The Revit Factory is very excited to announce that Revit 2023 is in release and rolling out globally. Look for […]

  • Technology Preview
    About MEP Fabrication Data Manager Tech Preview The MEP Fabrication Data Manager (FDM) Tech Preview is a pre-release cloud-based service for the management of MEP fabrication content for use with Autodesk Revit 2022 and beyond. What is MEP Fabrication Content? MEP Fabrication Content provides mechanical detailers and contractors information rich components that support digital construction. […]

  • Concrete Detailing
    CAD has helped grow the architecture, engineering, and construction (AEC) industry far beyond manually produced paper drawings, empowering us to produce more complex, more accurate designs. Today, the AEC industry continues to face new challenges, including financial constraints that increase pressure to deliver projects more quickly and accurately. As a result, AEC firms are evolving […]

  • Uncategorized
    The Autodesk Revit IFC Manual provides technical guidance for teams working with openBIM workflows. IFC is the basis for exchanging data between different applications through openBIM workflows for building design, construction, procurement, maintenance, and operation, within project teams and across software applications. According to buildingSMART, IFC “is a standardized, digital description of the built environment, […]

  • Inside the Factory
    If you have used Revit 2022 or Revit LT 2022 for a while, you may have noticed after closing Revit that a survey window pops up asking you to rate your experience. Personally, my first instinct is to close the thing and move on with my life. Please don’t do that with this one! I […]

  • Product news
    Autodesk and the Revit Factory are pleased to announce support for Autodesk Revit and Autodesk Revit LT running on Microsoft Windows 11. Support will cover Revit versions 2019, 2020, 2021, and 2022, including all updates.  System requirements for these versions have been updated to reflect this announcement: Revit 2022 Revit 2021 Revit 2020 Revit 2019 […]

  • Product news
    The November 2021 Revit Issues Add-in update provides efficient-access to context and seamless connections between desktop and web. In December 2020 we released the first version of the Revit Issues Add-in. Nearly a year later and we are already onto Version 3! Before taking you through the new features we have to offer, I just wanted […]

  • Have you tried
    If you design or engineer buildings, you know that every project introduces a unique set of challenges.  And while it might be comfortable—or at least familiar—to stick with your favorite CAD or BIM software as you address them, you might be missing out on purpose-built tools designed to make your life easier. Maybe you’re an […]

  • Roadmap
    Autodesk Revit 2022.1 released in September and with it we have added new features to the Revit Public Roadmap. A reminder that we took questions on the Revit Public Roadmap at Autodesk University 2021, in three different “Ask Me Anything” sessions covering Architecture, MEP, and Structures. Recordings are available on demand here: Autodesk University 2021 […]