Friday, 13 April 2012

Revit Viewer

Do you have clients that you want to share you model with, maybe a contractor or supplier you typically work with?

Get them to download the Revit trial from Autodesk, they can then view the model, your schedules etc of any project that you send them (oh ok!, maybe you cant email a large RVT file but you can upload one to a file sharing program).

However... it's not a true viewer in the sense that you can open up the model and manipulate it... you just can print and save.

Anything that allows the flow of communication is of a benefit.....

Other options are Navisworks Freedom  and Design review... Navisworks Freedom 2013 can read native RVT files.. :-)

You can use the Autodesk® Revit® trial, available from the Autodesk website:, to view projects for free.

After the 30-day trial mode is over, Revit will run indefinitely in Demo Mode. When Revit is in Demo Mode, you can view files, but you cannot print them or save any changes you have made.

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