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j.vanderheijden

Link to Revit and back

Status: Future Consideration
by Mentor on ‎11-20-2012 01:09 PM

Place your assy one to one in Revit maintaining your parameters and back.

This with the forward look on BIM

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by Board Manager on ‎11-23-2012 03:24 PM

What do you mean "one to one"? Wouldn't that make your revit I models very large? What value does "one to one" provide?

 

what about dropping a simplified factory model into the revit document?

by Mentor on ‎11-26-2012 10:10 AM

We work with FDS our ceilings processing.
We make climate ceilings, www.inteco.nl,  and are created with Inventor sheet metal.
I consult with Xuesong Bai to get everything in FDS, he is incredibly helpful and team player.
Now we have to work with the BIM way.
Our ceilings must then be placed in a Revit model.
Now it would be easy if our assy is placed in Revit that we still have the ability to make use of the parameters made in Inventor to be charged.
Thus there is also the possibility that a architect makes  a classification of the ceiling with our parts and we continue to work with the assy and parts in Inventor and I do not have to draw everything again.

by Employee on ‎02-04-2013 11:27 AM
Status changed to: Future Consideration
 

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