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Thursday, March 12, 2009

Cool New Stuff in Revit Architecture 2010

It's that time of year again! Time to gear up for the new release of the Autdesk products. Revit Architecture 2010 has some nice new features. Here are some of my favorites that have not gotten much publicity. Enjoy!

1. Export Building Site Tool - This is a great addition to allow you to export your building site and model to your Civil engineer. It grabs the site, model, building footprint, property lines, and UTILITY Connections and groups them into a new .adsk file format. I especially love the ability to show the Civil engineer where the utility connections are located. Not only that, if they are using Civil 3D 2010, they can actually connect their pipes to our connections.

2. The Press & Drag check box on the bottom right corner of the screen. I have always hated how easy it was to accidentally pick and move something inside of Revit without meaning to. Now you can uncheck this check box and you have to first pick the item you want to move before you can move it. This will make my life so much easier!

3. The ability to include sheet revisions in a Drawing List. We are no longer limited to just showing revisions on the titleblocks. We now have the ability to add the Current Revision and Current Revision Description to a Drawing List.

4. The ability to label slopes. This was high on my wish list. I now can call out the slopes on my roofs and floors.

Those are my top 4 non-publicized new features inside of Revit Architecture 2010. More to come soon!

1 comment:

Anonymous said...


Not sure what you can and can't say at this point, but I would be interested to know if there are any other enhancements/features that got added. Your thoughts are appreciated.