hsbModel enables you to decompose a Revit building model into logical scaled elements, print them on a standard 3D printer, and finally assemble the model by clicking or gluing the elements together.
hsbcad customized families provide the technology for the connections and labeling of the building model. A dedicated ribbon mapping the workflow makes the conversion of a Revit model to a 3D printable state very easy. The process involves splitting up the objects that can be visually viewed in the building model, modifying them, and adding clickable connections to them. The objects with their connections, now known as “FreeForms” are collected together into batches of stereolithography (.stl) files ready for printing on a large scale.
Note: This app uses a custom installer (and not the standard App Store installer).
hsbmodel is a limited yet full functioning app that allows the user to explore the possibilities of 3D printing on Autodesk® Revit® but limits the user to creating 25 FreeForms with the hsbcad logo embossed on each FreeForm. Exceeding the limited functionality will prompt the user with an opportunity to upgrade to the premium version.