Would you rather spend more time designing and less time manually coordinating construction documentation?
Do most of your projects require you to simultaneously work in the same project file with others on your team?
Would using 3D models help you communicate your design intent to project stakeholders?
Do you require the ability to create high-quality 3D architectural renderings to express your designs and market your firm?
Wednesday, 30 January 2013
I was recently reminded about Revit LT.
Really, for the cost of Revit LT suite (why wouldn't you buy the suite?) it's a fantastic program.
If your new to Revit, or a sole operator or even if you run a small design firm with maybe 4 or 5 users this program is great value.
There are some limitations but for around $5k cheaper than a full version I'm sure you can work around them.
Here is a comparison Matrix from the Autodesk web site.