Make painful processes easier and free yourself to focus on creating better designs, by relying on Revit to automate tedious workflows. The new Dynamo Player makes it possible for anyone to take advantage of the power of Dynamo scripts, with just one click and no programming skills required.
Revit 2017.1 makes it easier to create information that captures design intent. Now you can connect conceptual designs into the Revit design environment by more easily importing accurate geometric data. With native Rhino file import and improved SAT file import, it’s easier to collaborate with other designers.
Bonus: the newest update to Revit comes with more out-of-the-box content for architects, MEP and structural engineers.
Work in the view that supports your workflow
Work in perspective views? Now you can. Design within the context of your project by modeling directly in perspective views. Plus, the latest Revit helps architects with a new collection of ready-to-use LED lighting fixture content and more accessible railing type UI and stairs parameter tooltips.
FOR MEP ENGINEERS
Modeling capabilities for duct and pipe networks
The latest Revit helps you complete the fabrication model with new tools that provide additional modeling capabilities for duct and pipe networks. These features simplify the process of iterating a detailed model. For example, you can resize connected fabrication parts without having to change their location in the model.
FOR STRUCTURAL ENGINEERS
Design & documentation that extends to fabrication
The latest Revit improves the Split Element tool released in Revit 2017 to support greater model accuracy and design-to-detail modeling. Updated code checking for Steel Connections for Revit ensures users are checking steel connection using the very latest AISC-standard. Plus: steel content library is expanded to include the 20 most common used sections according to the latest Chinese and Japanese standards.