Revit 2018.2 Update: A Few Goodies for All Disciplines

18 December 2017All, Architecture and Engineering, Construction, Fabrication

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Harlan Brumm with Autodesk wrote: “Revit 2018.2 update has a few goodies that provide improvements for all disciplines.”

These new features will benefit everyone, regardless of your discipline. Check it out here: What’s New in Revit 2018.2

All Disciplines

  1. Improved Section box controls
  2. Project Browser Expand and Collapse
  3. Improved Fill Pattern Dialog
  4. Remember Last Location for Loading Families
  5. Remember Column width spacing in Type properties dialog

MEP

  1. Change service and change size
  2. Visibility / Graphics Overrides on MEP Fabrication Elements
  3. P&ID Modeler
  4. Direction Arrows on Duct and Pipe Connectors

Structural

  1. New Precast content

YouTube Playlist for What’s New in Revit 2018.2
https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLY-ggSrSwbZq0cB7zFj1cp-HhHX-Bm9qK

Manage linking in Collaboration for Revit from your desktop
https://blogs.autodesk.com/revit/2017/12/08/manage-linking-in-collaboration-for-revit-from-your-desktop/

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