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Revit 2018: What's New and Improved?

Revit is a powerful software for building information modeling (BIM) that helps architects, engineers, and contractors design, construct, and manage buildings and infrastructure. Revit 2018 is the latest version of Revit that introduces many new features and enhancements to improve productivity, performance, and collaboration. In this article, we will review some of the best new features for architectural design in Revit 2018.

Multi-story Stairs

One of the most requested features by Revit users is the ability to create and modify multi-story stairs easily and intuitively. Revit 2018 delivers this feature by allowing users to connect stairs to the levels in their project and automatically create stair landings. Users can also edit the stair path and boundary, as well as adjust the number of risers, run width, and landing depth. Revit 2018 also supports complex stair shapes, such as U-shaped, L-shaped, and spiral stairs.

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Railings are another important element of architectural design that Revit 2018 improves significantly. Users can now sketch railings in plan or 3D views, and host them on floors, roofs, walls, or stairs. Users can also customize the railing profile, baluster pattern, handrail type, and top rail shape. Revit 2018 also enables users to create continuous railings across multiple hosts and levels, as well as split and join railings with ease.

Text Graphic Display

Text is an essential tool for communicating design intent and annotations in Revit. Revit 2018 enhances the graphic quality of text by using a new text engine that supports anti-aliasing, kerning, ligatures, and Asian character spacing. Users can also access symbols in the text editor, such as diameter, degree, plus/minus, and fractions. Additionally, users can control the text size, alignment, color, font, style, and leader options.

Other New Features

Besides the features mentioned above, Revit 2018 also offers many other new features that can benefit architectural design, such as:

  • Conceptual design tools: Users can create freeform shapes and parametric forms in the Revit massing environment.

  • Analysis with Insight: Users can perform advanced simulations and analysis for daylighting, energy consumption, heating and cooling loads, and more.

  • Architectural modeling: Users can add architectural elements to the building model, such as walls, doors, windows, roofs, floors, ceilings, and custom components.

  • Point cloud tools: Users can import point clouds from scanning devices to capture existing and as-built conditions.

  • 3D design visualization: Users can render high-quality images and animations with the Autodesk Raytracer rendering engine.

  • Global parameters: Users can embed design intent with project-wide parameters that work with radial and diameter dimensions and equality constraints.

  • Coordination model linking: Users can use a Navisworks file as an underlay in Revit to coordinate with outside teams.

  • Schedules: Users can create tables to capture, filter, sort, display, and share project data.

  • Dynamo Player: Users can run scripts created in Dynamo to enhance and extend Revit model behavior.

Revit 2018 is a comprehensive BIM solution that provides tools for consistent, coordinated, and complete modeling for architects and other design professionals. Revit 2018 is optimized to be part of a foundational BIM portfolio that includes Autodesk AEC Collection, which offers access to other Autodesk software such as AutoCAD, Navisworks, Civil 3D, InfraWorks, and more.

To learn more about Revit 2018 features and functionality, you can visit the official Autodesk website or read the blog post by Harlan Brumm. You can also watch the video below to see some of the new features in action.


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