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*John Henry
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Is Systems intended for residential use?

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07-03-2006 01:25 PM
Hi,

Are there any Systems electrical and mechanical families available for residential use? All that is included in the library is
intended for commercial use, and the tutorials are all geared for large office buildings. We do single/multi family modular units,
is this program even intended for this application?

Will there be any tutorials coming out for residential housing? A tutorial on how to add connectors to our existing library of
families would be most helpful.

This initial release of Systems seems intended mainly for commercial, if there is a demand will future releases address a
residential need?

Thanks,
John Henry
*clintonG
Message 2 of 6 (179 Views)

Re: Is Systems intended for residential use?

07-03-2006 05:44 PM in reply to: *John Henry
Just curious, have you evaluated Chief Architect? Its the program that was
copied by the guys that built Revit.

<%= Clinton Gallagher
NET csgallagher AT metromilwaukee.com
URL http://www.metromilwaukee.com/clintongallagher/




"John Henry" wrote in message
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Hi,

Are there any Systems electrical and mechanical families available for
residential use? All that is included in the library is
intended for commercial use, and the tutorials are all geared for large
office buildings. We do single/multi family modular units,
is this program even intended for this application?

Will there be any tutorials coming out for residential housing? A tutorial
on how to add connectors to our existing library of
families would be most helpful.

This initial release of Systems seems intended mainly for commercial, if
there is a demand will future releases address a
residential need?

Thanks,
John Henry
*John Henry
Message 3 of 6 (179 Views)

Re: Is Systems intended for residential use?

07-03-2006 08:17 PM in reply to: *John Henry
I have heard of it, but never seen or used it, although as a long time ACAD user I have demo'd a lot of different programs. Cadsoft
"Build" was the closest I ever found that would provide what we needed for the manufactured home industry.

I can understand that Autodesk wouldn't want to put a lot of effort into an area that weren't sure would be in demand, so my post is
to provide input that there is interest in that area. Anyone else?

Thanks,
John


"clintonG" wrote in message news:5226108@discussion.autodesk.com...
Just curious, have you evaluated Chief Architect? Its the program that was
copied by the guys that built Revit.

<%= Clinton Gallagher
NET csgallagher AT metromilwaukee.com
URL http://www.metromilwaukee.com/clintongallagher/




"John Henry" wrote in message
news:5225940@discussion.autodesk.com...
Hi,

Are there any Systems electrical and mechanical families available for
residential use? All that is included in the library is
intended for commercial use, and the tutorials are all geared for large
office buildings. We do single/multi family modular units,
is this program even intended for this application?

Will there be any tutorials coming out for residential housing? A tutorial
on how to add connectors to our existing library of
families would be most helpful.

This initial release of Systems seems intended mainly for commercial, if
there is a demand will future releases address a
residential need?

Thanks,
John Henry
*Ted
Message 4 of 6 (179 Views)

Re: Is Systems intended for residential use?

07-03-2006 08:23 PM in reply to: *John Henry
look into VisionRez...
http://www.visionrez.com
might be your answer...

Ted



*John Henry* said the following:
> I have heard of it, but never seen or used it, although as a long
> time ACAD user I have demo'd a lot of different programs. Cadsoft "Build"
> was the closest I ever found that would provide what we
> needed for the manufactured home industry.
> I can understand that Autodesk wouldn't want to put a lot of effort
> into an area that weren't sure would be in demand, so my post is to
> provide input that there is interest in that area. Anyone else?
*Scott Davis
Message 5 of 6 (179 Views)

Re: Is Systems intended for residential use?

07-05-2006 10:04 AM in reply to: *John Henry
Actually, the guys that created Revit came from an engineering background,
and worked for Parametric Technology Corporation (PTC) the makers of
Pro/Engineer. Revit was completely new, built from the ground up, and was
never a "copy" of anything out there. If anything, it's more closely
related to Pro/E instead.

"clintonG" wrote in message
news:5226108@discussion.autodesk.com...
Just curious, have you evaluated Chief Architect? Its the program that was
copied by the guys that built Revit.
*clintonG
Message 6 of 6 (179 Views)

Re: Is Systems intended for residential use?

07-06-2006 11:23 AM in reply to: *John Henry
Chief Architect preceded Revit in the marketplace, was being marketed in the
trade shows and was the software that everybody began to emulate and copy --
for architectural applications -- Revit was a knock-off in that context.

<%= Clinton Gallagher
NET csgallagher AT metromilwaukee.com
URL http://www.metromilwaukee.com/clintongallagher/







"Scott Davis" wrote in message
news:5227450@discussion.autodesk.com...
Actually, the guys that created Revit came from an engineering background,
and worked for Parametric Technology Corporation (PTC) the makers of
Pro/Engineer. Revit was completely new, built from the ground up, and was
never a "copy" of anything out there. If anything, it's more closely
related to Pro/E instead.

"clintonG" wrote in message
news:5226108@discussion.autodesk.com...
Just curious, have you evaluated Chief Architect? Its the program that was
copied by the guys that built Revit.
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