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DigiPara Elevatorarchitect is a free plug-in to create elevator models within Autodesk® Revit® software. It supports Revit users in finding the correct size and number of required elevators and escalators. It professionally guides them to the point of reaching an optimal 3D Revit model. A complete 3D elevator Building Information Modeling (BIM) can be loaded into Revit. This greatly enhances and simplifies the existing building design process for architects, who can choose between simplified and full BIM.
This version comes with the following enhancements:
Revit 2022-2023 support.
Versions supporting Revit 2021 and earlier are available for download separately: https://www.digipara.com/downloads/free-digipara-elevatorarchitect/
Other recent enhancements:
Now you can also import Schindler escalators and be moving walks into your Revit building.
Full BIM Imports, it is now possible to select imported elements based on their parent type.
The LDBIM-Import now supports the display of wall openings as well as the display of transparencies. Both of them now are visible for elevators as well as for escalators within Revit. Materials such as glass are now clearly visible.
Note: This app uses a custom installer (and not the standard App Store installer).
Very useful! elevator/escaletor from LOD 100 to LOD 300!
Great truly useful
would be possible to improve the location in building menu for Elevatorarchitect 2019 ? I mean, would be alot easier to put the elevator into the right position before open all the shafts and do all the processing. I lost all my day trying to put the elevalor into the right location and it isn't perfect yet.
how to access full bim/? do i need to be subscribed or what?
Hello Ernest, The Full BIM feature is available to everybody for free. Btw, it is release by Thyssenkrupp and Otis, but only for some regions, mainly Europe / Africa. If you are in Asia or the US, the related products simply does not offer this function. You may help us, and ask your supplier for that extension. Br Andreas
it gets better and better, from one version to the next!