Finally, you have decided to step out of the traditional CAD ecosystem and adopt BIM!!

Now, the question arises that which software program should you use for BIM.


Revit, one of the best software programs for BIM deployment has been specifically designed to work as a part of the modern BIM workflow. So, it is an apt choice.

Let’s see the reasons which support that why should you adopt the Autodesk Revit?

What Is Revit?

The Autodesk Revit 2017 is one of the BIM (Building Information Modelling) software for the architects, MEP engineers, structural engineers, designers as well as contractors.

It allows the users to design a building while structuring its various components in 3D. Revit is also 4D BIM capable with the tools to plan and track the different stages in the life cycle of a building, right from its concept to construction, and if required it maintenance and demolition as well.

Revit Vs AutoCAD

Autodesk Revit begins where the AutoCAD ends!!

The biggest ability of the AutoCAD is to develop a 3D model, but, Revit can do a lot of things apart from facilitating the generation of a 3D model. Email UsKnow more about our Construction Documentation & BIM Services
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Revit helps in generating a 3D model of the building while enabling a common work platform for the various multi-disciplinary jobs. Apart from this, Revit enables working in a shared environment to enhance the coordination between the MEP, architectural, and structural aspects of the building construction. Revit creates a seamless workflow for the design and development throughout the project.

Moreover, the real-life information can be used in Revit for generating a geometry which can further be extended to develop the as-built models as well as the walk-through providing the insights of the building facility.

Revit Enables Detailed Modeling

The Revit work environment enables the users with the capability to manipulate assemblies in the project environment, the individual 3D shapes and the whole buildings. The modeling tools can be used with the imported geometric models or the pre-made solid objects.

There are three types of families which can be created using Revit, including System Families, Components or Loadable Families and the In-Place families. With experience in using Revit, the users can also create the most accurate and realistic families ranging from lighting fixtures to furniture and much more. The Revit families can also be created as the parametric models with the properties and dimensions.

Revit Facilitates A Rendering Engine For The Realistic Images

When a user creates a model, building or some other object using Revit, he/she can also use the Revit’s rendering engine for making a more realistic image of what is otherwise a highly diagrammatic model.

In Revit Rendering, the users can also start with the “generic” material instead of the pre-defined materials. With generic material, users can set the rotation, size, brightness, gloss maps, an intensity of textures, reflection maps, transparency maps, bump maps, and whole maps, etc. Also, if required the map part can be left out and sliders can be used for the aforementioned textures or features.

The BluEntCAD has a team of experienced and proficient engineers who excel in creating details oriented 3D BIM models and enhancing the efficiency of the construction team. Our engineers well understand the Revit structure and are proficient in developing detailed models using this astounding tool.

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