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The second release point for Revit focuses on productivity with new Dynamo workflows, enhanced view capabilities, and navigation tools that will allow you to fly through your model with the greatest of ease. It's unnecessary to wait for the annual release if you have the Revit subscription or the AEC Collection, so start using new features as soon as they go live.
Launching Dynamo 2.3
The Dynamo 2.3 release, now available as an installed package with Revit, brings many new features. Dynamo and Revit can now exchange data easier and seamlessly with this update, providing you with more powerful and flexible nodes.
In addition to increasing your ability to control connector actions, Autodesk added notifications when duplicate packages load to nodes. They have responded to your request for better control over large schedules.
Design Automation API for Revit
There is an open API for Revit Design Automation available to developers. Third-party apps can access Revit data from the cloud using the Design Automation API without install data. Simplify tasks and increase productivity with cloud automation workflows.
Load Steel Connection from libraries & analyze Results using Dynamo Nodes
You've always wished that Dynamo could load steel connections from your Revit libraries. It might be worth evaluating steel connections from past projects to fit your current project. Dynamo nodes let you load steel connection types from external libraries, including those from previous projects, and then model structural designs faster.
You are looking for scripts that will help you choose, filter, and place steel connections based on the defining parameter. Dynamo workflows can import structural analysis data from Robot Structural Analysis Professional into Revit.
Automate analytic and design processes by scripting bulk actions. Analyze steel connections on a larger scale by integrating analysis and detailing in modeling and evaluating them.
Updating Fly-through & View Navigation in Perspective Mode
The navigation bar allows you to take flight, fly for the perfect shot, and move through walls to visualize your model. Make use of keyboard shortcuts to navigate Revit models. You can navigate a Revit model in Perspective mode like in a video game, using the directional arrows, arrow keys, and s, d keys to move forward, back, and side to side. Navigate the model by pointing, panning, and adjusting the camera speed with your mouse.
Internal Origin Point Visibility
Collaboration needs to be closely coordinated, and the focal point of the internal model must be visible in the workspace. Make sure collaborators can identify the coordinates of the underlying model so alignment can maintain for linked Revit models.
Routes with Sophisticated waypoints
The waypoints can adjust for more control and precision. Easily adjust and specify the path of travel through the modeled environment by adding and removing waypoints from the ribbon.
Schedule View Panel
Whenever you need to edit circuit or panel properties, use the schedule view. Through improved functionality, adding and revising elements is easier.
Links to BIM360 files
The BIM 360 Design tool, created by Autodesk, simplifies tracing models and files by letting users see linked models in the Manage Links dialog in Revit. When sharing and exchanging models with collaborators, you can keep track of consumed and live links as you see the full path displayed.
To get online demonstration, watch the following video tutorial.
Video Source: Cadline
Image Courtesy: blogs.autodesk.com