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

    So what happens when the Structural consultant uses Revit Structures 2(name not official). And the Architectural consultant uses Revit Building 8. The Struct. consultant can't downgrade all his families. The Arch. consultant can use the Struct. file. Ouch!!!!

    To make it more interesting....
    Both are not on a subscription and each has a (4) man project team. Oh and....there is a lone individual (per the clients request) who will model the a few furniture items.

    Does a scenario like this throw a red flag? Could it happen?

    Was this a major problem with AutoCAD?

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

    Quote Originally Posted by priority05
    Both are not on a subscription...
    My understanding is that subscription is compulsory for Revit so the latest version will be available to all, but whether all choose to use the latest is another thing.

    Ed: Autodesk, so where is the download so that we can start checking it out?

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

    Revit Structural will not be available in Australia ( and most other places outside the US ) for a few months at least.

    Autodesk are working on the " Get It Right In Cleveland " principle.

    Of course, if you really want / need it- you know who to Kontact.

    Quote Originally Posted by Chad Smith
    >>Ed: Autodesk, so where is the download so that we can start checking it out?
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    Default Re: Revit Structure ships today (June 7, 2005)

    The CDs shipped yeterday, I believe... so someone's getting it pretty soon!
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    Default Re: Revit Structure ships today (June 7, 2005)

    Phil Bernstein said its only for US & Canadian release at present.

    RS has not yet been "customised" for other markets.
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    Default Re: Revit Structure ships today (June 7, 2005)

    will be possible download it in a testing mode??

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

    Quote Originally Posted by p.vicini
    will be possible download it in a testing mode??
    if you mean "trial mode" then yes, but not yet. within weeks or sooner I would say.

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

    is there any reason why the structural detailing and member connectivity cannot be incorporated in ReVIT Building without the analysis package?
    Can't there be an all-encompassing REVIT?

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

    Quote Originally Posted by mmodernc
    is there any reason why the structural detailing and member connectivity cannot be incorporated in ReVIT Building without the analysis package?
    Can't there be an all-encompassing REVIT?
    I'd have to agree with that statement - why can't there be an all-encompassing package? And not only structures... what about energy efficientcy connectivity?
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    Default Re: Revit Structure ships today (June 7, 2005)

    Quote Originally Posted by bladams
    I'd have to agree with that statement - why can't there be an all-encompassing package? And not only structures... what about energy efficientcy connectivity?
    That's an interesting thought - click Settings > General > Discipline and choose what flavour of Revit you'd like to use.

    The reality is that few architectural users want to place rebar and very few structural engineers will want to do reflected ceiling plans
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