In Revit 2022, interoperability improvements are top of the list for architects. In part 2 of a 3 part overview, we dig into the details.
Revit 2022 has been released, and there are so many updates for architects that we decided to introduce them in three installments. In Part 1, we showcased features for Modeling, Documentation, and Production. In part 2, let’s talk about Interoperability and Data Exchange.
Revit 2022 supports better interoperability at every stage of design, with McNeel® Rhinoceros and FormIt Pro for early-stage design, IFC and openBIM® workflows for project teams developing their designs, and Revit to Inventor interoperability for design to fabrication.
New FormIt Capabilities
This release adds capabilities to FormIt Pro, Autodesk’s conceptual design tool. FormIt AXM is now a supported CAD file format, meaning you can directly import FormIt files into your Revit projects. You can also create roundtrip workflows between FormIt and Revit—starting with Revit’s “3D Sketch” feature, which sends Revit content to FormIt Pro for further design exploration, and then returning to Revit using FormIt Pro’s “Send to Revit” feature.
Read on >>>> Source: Autodesk What’s New for Architects in Revit 2022, Part 2 of 3: Interoperability and Data Exchange –