Thursday, February 12, 2009

AutoCAD 2010 for Revit users

This is a great example on how AutoCAD 2010 can be useful as a 3D application even for Revit users. Normally AutoCAD is used by Revit users for plain 2D work like details.

Read about it on David Light’s Revit blog. It shows how a 3D form can be created with the new mesh tools and converted to solid and finally imported into Revit for further design work like adding walls and curtain walls.

This surely gives more freedom for Architectural design as well as other kind of design work and it will be interesting to see how the new Autodesk 2010 portfolio will be used.


  1. Or you could use Revit 2010 to create it natively...............

  2. Can you do that type of mesh modeling in Revit?

  3. thanks for this information.


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