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Thursday, December 31, 2009

Revit Drawings (2D & 3D Families) - Simpson Strong-Tie

Finally, some Revit families for contractors. These types of families would be used for fabrication and shop drawings. Looks like manufacturers are seeing who's really taking advantage of Revit throughout the whole lifecycle. Enjoy!

From: http://www.strongtie.com/drawings/revit.asp

At the request of our customers, Simpson Strong-Tie is creating drawings for our product offerings that work with Autodesk® Revit® software. You can download the models we currently have available, grouped into "families", from the links below. More about Revit software.

To download, click a "2D Files" or "3D Files" link below. Need help with downloads?

  • A34/A35 Family
    Family product info
  • ABA/ABE/ABU Family product info
  • AC Family product info
  • ACE Family product info
  • CB/LCB Family product info
    • 2D Files posted 11/10/09
    • 3D Files posted 11/10/09

    • Click to view models included

  • CBQ Family product info
  • CBSQ Family product info
  • CC/ECC/ECCU Family product info
    • 2D Files posted 10/14/09
    • 3D Files posted 10/14/09

  • CCQ/ECCQ Family product info

What is Revit software?

Revit software is a relatively new computer-aided drafting (CAD) system developed by Autodesk which is becoming increasingly popular in the industry. Revit applications uses three-dimensional, real-time, dynamic building modeling software to increase productivity in building design. This process produces a Building Information Model (BIM), which encompasses building geometry, spatial relationships, geographic information, and quantities and properties of building components.
In this way, Revit applications produce a smart building model where a change anywhere is a change everywhere, instantly, with no user interaction to manually update any view. A BIM model may contain the building's full life cycle, from concept to construction to decommissioning. Revit Architecture also provides the ability to do quick takeoffs on materials within the structure.
More Revit families to come
This page will house the families of models we are creating and will be updated every time a family is finished. To be notified when new families are added enter your email in the form above.
Simpson Strong-Tie plans to convert thousands of products to this new software format. It will take time to create these models, but if you have immediate needs for a particular project you can request models or more information. We can’t guarantee a time frame to complete your request, but we will make every effort to support you.

Revit Drawings (2D & 3D Families)


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