Ideate BIMLink - Trial

Ideate BIMLink - Trial

Ideate Software

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Ideate BIMLink is the Autodesk® Revit® add-on that lets you access and edit Building Information Modeling (BIM) data quickly and easily to save you hours—even weeks—of valuable time. Ideate BIMLink helps BIM and VDC managers, project leaders, facility managers and users analyze, extract, and edit important BIM data. With Ideate BIMLink, you can pull and push volumes of information from a Revit file— Architecture, Structure, & MEP— into user-friendly Microsoft® Excel® with speed, ease, and accuracy. A few of the tasks supported by Ideate BIMLink include: 

  

  • Edit Schedule data (and non-schedule data)
  • Create Unplaced Rooms, Unplaced Spaces, Unplaced Areas, Unplaced Sheets, Schedule Keys, Revision Sequences, Generic Models and Masses from an existing Excel file
  • Rename all custom families and types to align with Project Standards
  • Manage Sheets, Views, and Revisions to streamline production and reduce errors during project delivery.
  • Perform advanced quality control tasks.
  • Prepare and manage the Revit model for export to COBie data drops 

 

The average Ideate BIMLink user is saving 20 hours per project on a broad range data management tasks. Ideate BIMLink is the indispensable tool that gives you unprecedented access to Revit data – the “I” in BIM. This Trial download limits the amount of data that can be exported to twenty-five (25) rows. After 14 days the software can be used in Demo mode only, which prohibits the import and export functions.

 

Support and Online Help: http://ideatesoftware.com/ideatebimlink/support/

 

Video Examples: http://ideatesoftware.com/ideatebimlink/videos/ 

 

Note: This app uses a custom installer (and not the standard App Store installer).

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A propos de cette version

Version 2019.0, 16/05/2018
Compatibility with Revit 2019 building information model. Installation and licensing improved to simplify installation across Revit versions. Refer to Help for detailed information about What's New.

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  • Works great even with thousands of rooms
    Guillaume Lallier | août 20, 2012 Téléchargement vérifié (Qu'est-ce que c'est?)

    Used it. Saved us major time. Reliable, simple, quick and stable.


  • Works great even with thousands of rooms
    Guillaume Lallier | août 20, 2012 Téléchargement vérifié (Qu'est-ce que c'est?)

    Used it. Saved us major time. Reliable, simple, quick and stable.


  • Great tool to edit data outside of Revit
    Dan Dankert | juin 05, 2012 Téléchargement vérifié (Qu'est-ce que c'est?)

    We use BIMLink to allow engineers to edit Mechanical and Plumbing Schedules outside of Revit. This way we can continue to leverage our existing Excel Standard Schedules in an intelligent way within our Revit models. This saves us great amounts of time during our transition to complete use of Revit for Mechanical and Plumbing.


  • Does things Revit can't
    Erik Lewis | mai 18, 2012 Téléchargement vérifié (Qu'est-ce que c'est?)

    BIMLink is a great product. It gives you access to information that you can't schedule natively inside Revit, like wall height. It allows you to use two parameters in a formula and filter content by the resultant. While you could always do that inside a Revit schedule with a calculated value, that result was NOT part of the family, and couldn’t be accessed outside of the schedule. For an example of that see Ideate’s video demo on Occupancy Load. Save time repetitive tasks. Data entry is quicker and more efficient inside Excel and then can be pulled back into Revit. Filters in Revit schedules are powerful things, but the additional functionality in Excel can be a real time saver. Some things on my wish list: • Native Support for Google Documents, for those of us out there that don’t run Excel. • A bundle that includes Ideate Explorer. • More ideas on how to use the tool (this will most likely come from us, the users.) All in all an awesome application.


  • BIMLink Rules
    Guy Messick | mai 18, 2012 Téléchargement vérifié (Qu'est-ce que c'est?)

    I'm actually using BIMLink right now - I need to perform a program verification for five separate buildings, all linked into a common site model. This would be painful without the ability to send the pertinent room data to Excel, format it and add data, the back to the common site program file. Now I can extract the data in one place, by building - east and a massive time saver. And this is low hanging fruit, I can hardly wait to check out some of the new features.


  • Easy to Use with Great ROI
    Plamen Hristov | mai 17, 2012 Téléchargement vérifié (Qu'est-ce que c'est?)

    I have been using the Ideate BIMLink now for over a year and I would recommend it to everyone. Now we can do things we couldn't do before. We can import Trane/Trace load calcs into Excel and than into Revit populating the Air Flow information for hundreds of diffusers in a matter of a few minutes. Now that's cool! I even did AU class on this workflow, check it out. This is just one real example of how we use Ideate BIMLink.

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