VDC REVIT BETA

Thanks for trying out the VDC REVIT BETA for Revit 2019/2020! Questions, comments, suggestions and bug reports are tremendously appreciated! Please direct any or all of the above to SUPPORT@MICLOGIC.COM. VDC REVIT 2019 DOWNLOAD VDC REVIT 2020 DOWNLOAD

WHAT IS IN A NUMBER?

A Rose by any other Number would smell as sweet… Sorry Shakespeare, this is a Software Blog. Whether we are talking about Ductwork, Piping, or Walls, Doors and Windows, the “Item Number” is arguably one of the most important bits of information we can find a Model. It’s how we identify, quantify, locate and look […]

REVIT PROPERTIES

Fabrication Items in Revit work a bit differently than they do in CADmep. Likewise, so do the VDC Item Properties Palettes. Below is list of the initial Item Properties that will be available in the VDC REVIT Beta. ITEMSDisplays the quantity of selected Items along with their Name and CID respectively. The drop down list […]

EXPOSING REVIT

Much of our Fabrication Data in Revit is inaccessible and in many cases, it doesn’t exist at all. VDC REVIT aims to change all of that, exposing your vital Fabrication Data to Tags, Schedules, Filters, Calculations… Virtually any Data you would otherwise expect from native Family Elements. Here are some examples of  “Auto Parameters” that […]

VDC CAD BETA

Thanks for trying out the VDC CAD BETA for CADmep 2019/2020! Questions, comments, suggestions and bug reports are tremendously appreciated! Please direct any or all of the above to SUPPORT@MICLOGIC.COM. VDC CAD 2019 DOWNLOAD VDC CAD 2020 DOWNLOAD

PALLET IS ON THE PALETTE

These short clips are from an earlier build, but they demonstrate how useful it can be when all of your model data is exposed and easily editable, in real time. The “I” in BIM is the most important part. That’s why Pallet is on the Palette, and everything else I could think of. It’s getting […]

BREAKING REVIT

Fabrication Parts in Revit are great, but they need some help. One of the things they don’t do yet is break automatically as you lay them out. There is a built in tool to break them after the fact, but often it creates a domino effect because we didn’t coordinate with the connectors to begin […]