We recently completed a new generic family for a non-condensing fire-tube boiler. While non-condensing boilers are not as efficient as condensing ones, there are still plenty of them around for reasons such as legacy usage, lower cost and simpler maintenance.
As a Revit user or BIM Manager, you’ve probably had people ask you about “LOD” or “Level of Development”. When it comes to Revit content, this usually translates to asking which LOD your families are designed to meet – 100, 200, 300? You might also be asked about creating different LOD versions of the same families, in order to swap them in and out of models for different stages of deliverables.
In the past months, we’ve been working closely with consulting engineering firms to produce families that work with their shared parameters.
You can tell a lot about people by watching what happens on an escalator.
Now that the holidays are over and we’re back at work, it’s time to capitalize on that last drop of holiday spirit and get cracking on our New Year’s resolutions!
Meet the latest version of our human Revit family
While it’s only August, so far it would be safe to say that 2017 has been our hottest year on record for VRF Revit content.
Some quick background before we begin