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sopo
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05-19-2004 11:04 AM
I am new to revit but I wanted to know how well this program is in comparison to ADT? And can it be used for very large projects involving multiple consultants?

sopo
*Jeffrey McGrew
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Re: revit

05-19-2004 11:46 AM in reply to: sopo
sopo wrote: > I am new to revit but I wanted to know how well this program is in comparison to ADT? In what way do you mean? In Modeling ability? In it's ability to produce CD's? In how accessible it is? In it's management overhead? In it's network deployment? > And can it be used for very large projects involving multiple consultants? Short answer: YES. ;-) -- Jeffrey McGrew Application Specialist BSD AEC Technologies, a division of ID8 Media Inc. (415) 593-6000 x 129 (415) 593-3333 Fax (415) 505-4689 Cell www.aectech.com www.id8media.com
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sopo
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Re: revit

05-19-2004 03:12 PM in reply to: sopo
In CD ability and modelling ability...and management of drawings with consultants. Then why is autodesk pushing Autodesk Building systems?
*Aaron Rumple
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Re: revit

05-19-2004 04:07 PM in reply to: sopo
Some of us wonder.... "sopo" wrote in message news:28977304.1085004778525.JavaMail.jive@jiveforum2.autodesk.com... > In CD ability and modelling ability...and management of drawings with consultants. Then why is autodesk pushing Autodesk Building systems?
*Matt Dillon
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Re: revit

05-19-2004 04:18 PM in reply to: sopo
Because, to date, there is no MEP application that runs on Revit. -- Matt Dillon
*Aaron Rumple
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Re: revit

05-20-2004 06:06 AM in reply to: sopo
What is the emoticon for Cheshire cat smile? :smileywink: "Matt Dillon" wrote in message news:40abeb55_2@newsprd01... > Because, to date, there is no MEP application that runs on Revit. > > -- > Matt Dillon > >
*Matt Dillon
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Re: revit

05-20-2004 08:25 AM in reply to: sopo
To date, Aaron, to date. You can't push what isn't available for the general public. -- Matt Dillon Autodesk Discussion Forum Facilitator "Aaron Rumple" wrote in message news:40acadfa_3@newsprd01... > What is the emoticon for Cheshire cat smile? > :smileywink: > > "Matt Dillon" wrote in message > news:40abeb55_2@newsprd01... > > Because, to date, there is no MEP application that runs on Revit. > > > > -- > > Matt Dillon > > > > > >
*Aaron Rumple
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Re: revit

05-20-2004 10:05 AM in reply to: sopo
Actually we are doing electrical and on some projects mechanical just fine with Revit. Electrical has been easy to integrate into Revit. It was just a matter of building needed families. We are doing mechanical in primarily a 2D fashion with Revit. Some of the object and equipment have been created as 3D families which has helped greatly with coordination. Other elements which were being done 2D with Autocad are being done with detail components in Revit. Sure this isn't the horsepower of Rebis, but our MEP dept. is happy and working faster. Other systems investigated were far to complex and would take too much training and implementation time. So - with what is available right now - some of us ARE doing MEP. "Matt Dillon" wrote in message news:40accdf2$1_2@newsprd01... > To date, Aaron, to date. You can't push what isn't available for the general > public. > > -- > Matt Dillon > Autodesk Discussion Forum Facilitator > > > "Aaron Rumple" wrote in message > news:40acadfa_3@newsprd01... > > What is the emoticon for Cheshire cat smile? > > :smileywink: > > > > "Matt Dillon" wrote in message > > news:40abeb55_2@newsprd01... > > > Because, to date, there is no MEP application that runs on Revit. > > > > > > -- > > > Matt Dillon > > > > > > > > > > > >
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