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*Tiss
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Kitchen design - Revit Building or Inventor

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07-29-2006 07:19 AM
I feel a parametric solution is best.

I believe both Revit Building and Inventor have excellent graphics rendering
capabilities.

If I wanted to produce 3D images, elevations, sections, etc of internal room
layouts, such as kitchens, bathrooms, etc. Which product would you recommend
and why ?

Regards



Tiss.
*Bobby W Parker
Message 2 of 14 (1,178 Views)

Re: Kitchen design - Revit Building or Inventor

07-29-2006 08:04 AM in reply to: *Tiss
Hmmm Our cabinet designer usses a specialized application that works like
Revit, but is for kitchen design. I forget the same, but I will find out
and do a follow up post.

--
Best Regards,
Bobby W Parker
www.whitebirchstudios.com
"Tiss" wrote in message
news:5252526@discussion.autodesk.com...
I feel a parametric solution is best.

I believe both Revit Building and Inventor have excellent graphics rendering
capabilities.

If I wanted to produce 3D images, elevations, sections, etc of internal room
layouts, such as kitchens, bathrooms, etc. Which product would you recommend
and why ?

Regards



Tiss.
*Aaron Rumple
Message 3 of 14 (1,178 Views)

Re: Kitchen design - Revit Building or Inventor

07-29-2006 08:14 AM in reply to: *Tiss
That's probably GIZA wwhich is popular in K&B and ID. It's biggest plus is
that many manufatures supply cabinet information for the program.

As to the original question. Revit would be simpler to use than Inventor for
layout and design. The only advantage you would have with Inventor would be
the ability to likn to CNC equipment for manufacturing.

"Bobby W Parker" wrote in message
news:5252576@discussion.autodesk.com...
Hmmm Our cabinet designer usses a specialized application that works like
Revit, but is for kitchen design. I forget the same, but I will find out
and do a follow up post.

--
Best Regards,
Bobby W Parker
www.whitebirchstudios.com
"Tiss" wrote in message
news:5252526@discussion.autodesk.com...
I feel a parametric solution is best.

I believe both Revit Building and Inventor have excellent graphics rendering
capabilities.

If I wanted to produce 3D images, elevations, sections, etc of internal room
layouts, such as kitchens, bathrooms, etc. Which product would you recommend
and why ?

Regards



Tiss.
*Bobby W Parker
Message 4 of 14 (1,178 Views)

Re: Kitchen design - Revit Building or Inventor

07-29-2006 09:53 AM in reply to: *Tiss
no... if I heard the name I would know it. He was using 20/20, but this is
supposed to be better.. again, I'll look into it.

--
Best Regards,
Bobby W Parker
www.whitebirchstudios.com
"Aaron Rumple" wrote in message
news:5252565@discussion.autodesk.com...
That's probably GIZA wwhich is popular in K&B and ID. It's biggest plus is
that many manufatures supply cabinet information for the program.

As to the original question. Revit would be simpler to use than Inventor for
layout and design. The only advantage you would have with Inventor would be
the ability to likn to CNC equipment for manufacturing.

"Bobby W Parker" wrote in message
news:5252576@discussion.autodesk.com...
Hmmm Our cabinet designer usses a specialized application that works like
Revit, but is for kitchen design. I forget the same, but I will find out
and do a follow up post.

--
Best Regards,
Bobby W Parker
www.whitebirchstudios.com
"Tiss" wrote in message
news:5252526@discussion.autodesk.com...
I feel a parametric solution is best.

I believe both Revit Building and Inventor have excellent graphics rendering
capabilities.

If I wanted to produce 3D images, elevations, sections, etc of internal room
layouts, such as kitchens, bathrooms, etc. Which product would you recommend
and why ?

Regards



Tiss.
*Tiss
Message 5 of 14 (1,178 Views)

Re: Kitchen design - Revit Building or Inventor

07-29-2006 05:08 PM in reply to: *Tiss
Looking at GIZA web site, made reference to a product CAD Studio.

That wouldn't be what you were thinking of ?

I wish to produce visuals, layouts, etc. No CNC or fabrication drawing
required.


Thanks for the feedback.


Tiss.



"Bobby W Parker" wrote in message
news:5252605@discussion.autodesk.com...
no... if I heard the name I would know it. He was using 20/20, but this is
supposed to be better.. again, I'll look into it.

--
Best Regards,
Bobby W Parker
www.whitebirchstudios.com
"Aaron Rumple" wrote in message
news:5252565@discussion.autodesk.com...
That's probably GIZA wwhich is popular in K&B and ID. It's biggest plus is
that many manufatures supply cabinet information for the program.

As to the original question. Revit would be simpler to use than Inventor for
layout and design. The only advantage you would have with Inventor would be
the ability to likn to CNC equipment for manufacturing.

"Bobby W Parker" wrote in message
news:5252576@discussion.autodesk.com...
Hmmm Our cabinet designer usses a specialized application that works like
Revit, but is for kitchen design. I forget the same, but I will find out
and do a follow up post.

--
Best Regards,
Bobby W Parker
www.whitebirchstudios.com
"Tiss" wrote in message
news:5252526@discussion.autodesk.com...
I feel a parametric solution is best.

I believe both Revit Building and Inventor have excellent graphics rendering
capabilities.

If I wanted to produce 3D images, elevations, sections, etc of internal room
layouts, such as kitchens, bathrooms, etc. Which product would you recommend
and why ?

Regards



Tiss.
*Bob
Message 6 of 14 (1,178 Views)

Re: Kitchen design - Revit Building or Inventor

07-31-2006 03:53 AM in reply to: *Tiss
I think there is another issue here, in that it involves deliverables.
Meaning if the Architectural firm is doing there work in Revit or ADT or
Autocad, the consultant regardless of what software they create there info
in, should be sending back files that can be opened by the achitect and
attached as part of their project.

Bob

"Tiss" wrote in message
news:5252715@discussion.autodesk.com...
Looking at GIZA web site, made reference to a product CAD Studio.

That wouldn't be what you were thinking of ?

I wish to produce visuals, layouts, etc. No CNC or fabrication drawing
required.


Thanks for the feedback.


Tiss.



"Bobby W Parker" wrote in message
news:5252605@discussion.autodesk.com...
no... if I heard the name I would know it. He was using 20/20, but this is
supposed to be better.. again, I'll look into it.

--
Best Regards,
Bobby W Parker
www.whitebirchstudios.com
"Aaron Rumple" wrote in message
news:5252565@discussion.autodesk.com...
That's probably GIZA wwhich is popular in K&B and ID. It's biggest plus is
that many manufatures supply cabinet information for the program.

As to the original question. Revit would be simpler to use than Inventor for
layout and design. The only advantage you would have with Inventor would be
the ability to likn to CNC equipment for manufacturing.

"Bobby W Parker" wrote in message
news:5252576@discussion.autodesk.com...
Hmmm Our cabinet designer usses a specialized application that works like
Revit, but is for kitchen design. I forget the same, but I will find out
and do a follow up post.

--
Best Regards,
Bobby W Parker
www.whitebirchstudios.com
"Tiss" wrote in message
news:5252526@discussion.autodesk.com...
I feel a parametric solution is best.

I believe both Revit Building and Inventor have excellent graphics rendering
capabilities.

If I wanted to produce 3D images, elevations, sections, etc of internal room
layouts, such as kitchens, bathrooms, etc. Which product would you recommend
and why ?

Regards



Tiss.
*Aaron Rumple
Message 7 of 14 (1,178 Views)

Re: Kitchen design - Revit Building or Inventor

07-31-2006 06:10 AM in reply to: *Tiss
20/20 is the company. 20-20 GIZA is the software name.

"Bobby W Parker" wrote in message
news:5252605@discussion.autodesk.com...
no... if I heard the name I would know it. He was using 20/20, but this is
supposed to be better.. again, I'll look into it.

--
Best Regards,
Bobby W Parker
www.whitebirchstudios.com
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JeffreyMcGrew
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Message 8 of 14 (1,178 Views)

Re: Kitchen design - Revit Building or Inventor

07-31-2006 01:49 PM in reply to: *Tiss
You a designer? A cabinet shop? An Interior decorator? An Architect? A fabrication shop?

A little more information as to what you do (or are planning on doing) would let us give better advice.

Jeffrey
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smorain
Posts: 45
Registered: ‎06-30-2006
Message 9 of 14 (1,178 Views)

Re: Kitchen design - Revit Building or Inventor

07-31-2006 04:24 PM in reply to: *Tiss
I know of a kitchen designer who uses 20/20 as well, and has had no complaints that I know of.
*Tiss
Message 10 of 14 (1,178 Views)

Re: Kitchen design - Revit Building or Inventor

08-03-2006 03:43 PM in reply to: *Tiss
The idea is to provide design service to kitchen / bedroom retail outlet.

So would create models of their range of products and 'drag n drop' a
solution.

Easy huh ? ;-)

wrote in message news:5253928@discussion.autodesk.com...
You a designer? A cabinet shop? An Interior decorator? An Architect? A
fabrication shop?

A little more information as to what you do (or are planning on doing) would
let us give better advice.

Jeffrey

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