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    Default Re: Revit Structure ships today (June 7, 2005)

    8.1? Where?

    Until I get all the engineers we work with to switch, is there anything other than analysis that I can do with Revit Structures that I can't do with Revit Building? For example, is it worth getting a copy for the office just to get beams and columns to act correctly, or will all that come with 8.1?

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    Default Re: Revit Structure ships today (June 7, 2005)

    Quote Originally Posted by GuyR
    My understanding is you 'import' a analysis file from Revit.structural which updates your building model.

    So you don't need Revit structural to work with Revit structural

    Guy
    No - Revit Building and Structure work together. Everybody works on their own platform...
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    Default Re: Revit Structure ships today (June 7, 2005)

    Quote Originally Posted by andrebaros
    8.1? Where?

    Until I get all the engineers we work with to switch, is there anything other than analysis that I can do with Revit Structures that I can't do with Revit Building? For example, is it worth getting a copy for the office just to get beams and columns to act correctly, or will all that come with 8.1?
    8.1 isn't out yet... it will be out later in the summer and AFAIK you'll need RS to connect to the analysis platforms. So in RB, you'd plop in some beams, then link/import into RS which defines the connections and sizes the members, and exports them for analysis to make sure they'll hold the building up

    RB doesn't do beam connections like RS does...
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    Default Re: Revit Structure ships today (June 7, 2005)

    Does RB have any features that RS does not?
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    Default Re: Revit Structure ships today (June 7, 2005)

    Yup. For instance, RS won't do railings or ceiling plans...
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    i'm very curious to see how many REAL difference RS has from RB and viceversa; if yes would be the start of a new commercial age; we will see..anyway here is late on the night......you'll see earlier!!!
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    Default Re: Revit Structure ships today (June 7, 2005)

    Wes..take a sec from twainin' and find out if there is going to be a web release?

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    Default Re: Revit Structure ships today (June 7, 2005)

    Is there word on how many structural firms are on board for the initial release?

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    Default Re: Revit Structure ships today (June 7, 2005)

    Revit Building 8.1?

    I thought that the Revit 6 or 7 was the last time Autodesk was going to release the product with multiple builds or are my facts inaccurate?
    Is Revit 8.1 a minor build? Major build?

    Are they just fixes? Or new functionality?

    Don't get me wrong I love using the software and I would like all my in house staff to stay current. But...IMHO this is moving a little towards the crazy.

    Not to mention the companies that are not involved in the Autodesk Subscription.

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    Default Re: Revit Structure ships today (June 7, 2005)

    RB8.1 is a major release. I think it will have Coordination Monitor, and will offer other new features and improvements. The numbers of the product lineup will require some coordination...

    Revit Structure is out now, and works with RB8.

    Revit Structure 2 will release with...
    Revit Building 8.1

    Revit Structure 3 will release with...
    Revit Building 9
    Revit Systems 1

    I'm also under the impression that the download page for RS just isn't up yet... I will find out if I can!
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