eTLipse ELEMENTS – Automation Suite

eTLipse ELEMENTS – Automation Suite

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The Revit add-in for building Architecture models in a controlled and automated workflow. This Trial version allows you to test ALL features of the application for a period of 30 days.

Create an account to use this application, please, take a look at the following tutorial:


This tool can dramatically increase your productivity regarding Architecture modelling in Revit. Main features:


+ Filtering and manual selection of rooms and walls to add finish materials

+ Insertion of layers or new walls to the external or internal side of existing walls;

+ Changing of join type for multiple selected/listed walls; 

+ Creation of walls, floors (and ceilings, for Revit 2022+ only) by selected room; 

+ Breaking of selected walls into parts and covering of loose wall ends with chosen wall types;

+ Filtering and manual selection of walls to insert multiple windows/doors at once with the use of parameters of elevation and horizontal offset;

+ Moving, flipping and mirroring of multiple frame elements; 

+ Sill creation and floors mergence by selected frames; 

+ Checks for intersections, joined elements and cut possibilities; 

+ Automatic operations of join, cut and join order switching for multiple elements (TL Solids is part of this product);

+ Automatic alignment of straight surface patterns;

+ Filtering and manual selection of parts by material

+ Handling of ceilings, roofs and floors as dividing elements for wall parts; 

+ Automatic replacement and mergence of multiple parts; 

+ Manual or automatic exclusion and offset to multiple parts faces;

+ Automatic building of Architecture models out of rooms, separation lines and user preferences in a streamlined single execution of several commands of the application for simpler project approaches (TL Elements Xpress is part of this product);

+ Use of multiple and combined filters ("and"/"or" operators) of Revit elements by Category, Family, Type and/or Parameter values;

+ TL Elements does not demand or limit its usage to specific templates. It uses types and materials present in any template;

+ Powerful core functionalities for lists to handle elements selection and visualization;

+ Two available themes for the user interface: Light or Dark.


Learn more:


Learn how to create an Account, perform Login and subscribe to the Full version:



Important notes:

+ This add-in requires: Windows® 10 or 11 with .NET Framework 4.8 runtime and Revit 2019, 2020, 2021, 2022 or 2023.

+ TL Elements is, in essence, an automation tool for Revit, therefore, all operations performed by its features consist in the execution of multiple native operations (that could be manually done in  Revit in a long and repetitive process) at once and in an organized workflow, controlled via the user interface. So, the product will not perform any operation that is not allowed or available to be manually done in the Host Application. TL Elements allows the user to use the existing native features in a highly more productive way. It does not create new ones.

+ To be aware of all the limitations of this application, please, read the section Product Limitations on the respective User Agreement (EULA):

+ In case you have any doubts while using this add-in, you can always hover your mouse cursor over any of the active commands for useful tooltips on how to use them, or you can send us an e-mail:


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

Descrição da versão de avaliação

This Trial version allows you to test ALL features of the application for a period of 30 days.

Create an account to use this application, please, take a look at the following tutorial:

Sobre esta versão

Versão, 13/04/2023
> Added support for Revit 2024. > General and minor fixes. > Fixed an issue in TL Walls that was generating wrong results while splitting walls with unconnected height to insert another wall vertically.

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