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From Design to Fabrication: An Introduction to Fabrication in Revit MEP Thomas Gregersen Autodesk, Copenhagen Michael Goehring Autodesk GmbH, Munich

Learning Objectives 

Learn how to utilize the fabrication abilities in Revit MEP



Learn how to collaborate with existing fabrication solutions



Learn how to manage and create fabrication content



Discover the differences between families and fabrication parts

Description This will be a hands-on introduction to the world of fabrication with Revit MEP software. Familiarize yourself with the fabrication possibilities introduced in Revit MEP 2016 software, such as how to manage and create fabrication content. We will also take a look into possible Building Information Modeling (BIM) workflows for fabricators.

Your AU Experts Thomas Gregersen has a BSc in engineering. He has been with Autodesk, Inc., for 11 years, and has a total of 21 years of experience with Autodesk software. Michael Goehring works in Central Europe as a technical specialist for the mechanical, electrical, and plumbing industry. His experience in the plant industry, his studies in facility engineering, and his previous work for an Autodesk Reseller enable him to understand customers’ needs. Adoption of improvements and getting the most out of technology has always been the focus of Michael’s professional and personal life.

MSF10854-L - From Design to Fabrication: An Introduction to Fabrication in Revit MEP

How to utilize the fabrication abilities in Revit MEP Starting a project Start a new project based on the default Mechanical template in Revit. (The author of this document is resident of the metric part of the world, so examples, references and exercises will be based out of the metric system.) Exercise 1: Accessing fabrication content Usually Revit does not ship with any fabrication content installed. So we have to install one of the Autodesk MEP Fabrication products to access fabrication content, or import a fabrication configuration manually. In this Lab we should already have installed some of the Autodesk MEP Fabrication products and should therefore have access to two fabrication configurations: Imperial Content v3.03 and Metric Content v7.03 For the exercises in this lab, the document is going to refer to the Metric Content v7.03, but with a little bit of good will, you should be able to follow the exercises using the Imperial Content v3.03 if preferred. 1.

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From the View tap, click the User Interface button. Make sure there is a tick mark at the MEP Fabrication Parts option or from the Systems tap, make sure Fabrication Parts is activated. Click the Settings button in the lower right corner of the MEP Fabrication Parts dialog box, this will open the Fabrication Settings dialog box. From the Fabrication Configuration pull-down menu, select the Metric Content v7.03. (Imperial Content v3.03 if preferred). In the Fabrication Services area, select HVAC: General Supply (if Imperial; HVAC: Supply Air) from the unloaded services selection box and click on the Add button to load the service. Click Ok to close the Fabrication Settings dialog box.

We have now successfully loaded a Fabrication Configuration for usage in Revit’ TIP: Importing a Fabrication Configuration Existing Fabrication Customers will likely prefer to reuse existing configurations. For these configurations to appear and work in Revit, they must have a GUID. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8.

Copy the existing Fabrication Configuration folder to the fabrication content folder: Usually it is C:\Users\Public\Documents\Autodesk\Fabrication 2016. Name the folder accordingly. Launch CADmep or CAMduct. Click Add link. Browse to the newly copied folder and open it. Select the version folder and click select. In the Add New Configuration Dialog Box, enter the name of the configuration. Click OK.

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In order to assign a GUID to the Configuration do the following. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9.

From the CADmep or CAMduct start screen, select the configuration. Click Edit Database. Click on Configuration in the database dialog box. Make sure Configuration is selected in the selection window. Click the Version button. In the Database Info dialog box click the button next to GUID field to generate a GUID. Click OK accept the new GUID Click OK to close the dialog Close CADmep or CAMduct

FIGURE 1: GENERATE GUID BUTTON

The Configuration is now ready to use in Revit. With a fabrication configuration loaded we are now ready to look at how fabrication content behaves. Note: we have loaded a HVAC configuration for these exercises, but the fabrication functionalities also covers Piping, Plumbing and Electrical parts. Working with Fabrication Parts Fabrication Parts, behaves different compared to Revit standard families; routing is different, graphical behavior is different, as this these parts are intended to aid fabricators leverage the advantages of a model based design, optimize the fabrication process, and not intended to stretch the design process into the fabrication phase. For more information about Fabrication Parts (ITM content), consult the online help file here: http://help.autodesk.com/view/FABRICATION/2016/ENU/?guid=GUID-917B9C91-32D0-4DC6-BEB5532C262645FD 3

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This section of the lab is intended to drive familiarity with the behavior Fabrication Parts in Revit MEP. Exercise 2: Placing Fabrication Parts In this exercise we are going to get familiar with placement of the special fabrication parts. 1. 2. 3.

In the MEP Fabrication Parts dialog box make sure Service is set to HVAC: General Supply. (if Imperial; HVAC: Supply Air) In the MEP Fabrication Parts dialog box make sure Group is set to Rectangular. Select the Straight option

TIP: Part properties Just like with Revit families, you can change the properties of fabrication parts in the Revit properties dialog box. 4. 5. 6. 7.

In the properties dialog box change the Main Primary Width of the duct to 500 mm and the Elevation to 2000 mm Place the duct randomly in the view. Click Esc on the keyboard to end the command. Zoom to the newly created straight piece of duct.

Notice: The duct appears to be one object, but in fact it is a sort of an “assembly” of multiple object definitions. Depending on the object type the options can vary. Our straight duct is assembled from the duct, the connectors and the insulation. See the How to manage and create fabrication content section of this lab, for more information this topic. TIP: Smart Snapping By activating the Smart Snapping function, Fabrication Parts finds their connections points faster and from greater distance, compared to working with the conventional snapping tools in Revit.

FIGURE 2: SMART SNAPPING BUTTON

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TIP: Part Rotation and connector toggle While inserting fabrication part pressing the Up Arrow will toggle the connector and the space bar will rotate the part. With a bend placed at the connector of another part, pressing the spacebar will rotate the bend around the axis of the connected part. Rectangular parts rotate 90ᵒ and round 45ᵒ. A dashed red cross indicates the bend is pointing away from you and a straight red cross indicates the bend is pointing towards you. Activating the Show Help Tooltip; will help you learn and remember the shortcut keys.

FIGURE 2: SHOW HELP TOOLTIP BUTTON

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Select the Radius Bend option and move the bend near the end of the newly created straight duct. Press the space to rotate bend around the axis of the straight duct. Left click to place the bend when it points towards bottom of the screen.

Testing Skills Test the skills you just learned by running through the exercise using a Round duct instead of a rectangular one. Notice that the round bend will rotate around the round duct in 45ᵒ increments. Routing with Fabrication Parts Routing with fabrication parts is very different from the traditional point to point routing layout method in Revit. Fabricators around the world, seems to prefer a part to part layout method. A process much like putting LEGO pieces together, ultimately leading to the finished model. Exercise 3: Routing with Fabrication Parts In this exercise we are going to get familiar with routing systems with the special fabrication parts. 1. 2. 3.

Select a Straight rectangular duct and place it at the open end of the rectangular radius bend. Select Rectangular Radius Bend and place it at the open end of newly created rectangular duct and rotate it to point the right. End the route with a Straight duct making the system like the image below. 5

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FIGURE 3: ROUTED DUCT SYSTEM

TIP: Fabrication Parts Grip Editing and Sticky Move Like most objects fabrication parts can be grip edited, and will behave “sticky” when moved around. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9.

Click on the lower right horizontal straight duct. Select the right center grip. Move the grip point up and the right, without releasing the mouse button. Move the grip point back towards the origin and press the Shift key. Stretch the duct to approximately double length and release the mouse button and the key to finish the command. Select the modified duct and move it downwards.

Exercise 4: Optimize Lenghts As fabrication parts are ”sticky move” edited they stretch beyond their fabrication length, and we have might have a need to optimize the duct run to reflect something that can be fabricated.

FIGURE 4: OPTIMIZE LENGTHS

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Select the duct run. Click on Optimize Lengths on the Modify|Fabrication Parts tap.

Notice: The duct run divides into a set fabrication ready parts. 3. 4. 5.

Click on the top left horizontal duct, to select it. Click on Edit Part on the Modify|Fabrication Parts tap. Check that the Dimensions tap is active in the Edit Part dialog box.

Notice: The Length Value has been set to Auto, meaning that the fabrication length is controlled the value set in the service definition. The length can be overruled changing to the Value option. Turn to the How to manage and create fabrication content section of this lab for more information on this topic. 6.

Click OK close the Edit Part dialog box.

Exercise 5: Adding a take-off (shoe) 1. Select the Flat Shoe option. 2. Click on Edit Part on the Modify|Fabrication Parts tap. 3. Check that the Dimensions tap is active in the Edit Part dialog box. 4. Change the Depth to 300 mm. Notice: When you select a dimension in the dialog box, it becomes visible in the graphics to the left. 5. 6. 7.

Click OK to close the dialog and place the take-off. Move the take-off to the first “vertical” duct. Use the Space Bar to rotate the take-off to the left side of the “vertical” duct.

TIP: Shift + Space Bar will swap the direction off the take-off. 8. 9.

Use Shift + Space Bar to swap direction of the take-off. Left Click on the mouse to place the take-off.

FIGURE 4: PLACE TAKE-OFF 7

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Exercise 6: Working with Properties 1. Select the top left “horizontal” duct 2. In the Properties dialog change the Insulation Specification to Ductwork: Lagging 50mm Notice: That we get a 50 mm Insulation added to the duct. 3.

Select a Straight from the MEP Fabrication Parts dialog.

Notice: That the duct has no Insulation. 4.

Add the duct to the open end of the insulated duct.

Notice: That newly added straight duct, adopts the insulation property and remembers it so all ducts until we end the command or change the property will have insulation on. 5. 6. 7.

Select a Taper, and place the taper at the open un-insulated end of the duct system. Click Edit Part on the Modify|Fabrication Parts tap. Edit the values in the Edit Part Dialog box to reflect image below.

FIGURE 5: EDIT PART DIALOG BOX

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Make sure that Value of Width Out and Depth Out is set to 200 mm, and that Setting for Offset Width is Flat Left and that Setting for Offset Depth is set to Flat Top. Select a Straight and add a duct or two to open end of the taper. Press Esc twice to end the command.

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Completing the model I most MEP design models, the modeling stops with the systems modeled. This means that often ducts, pipes and electrical containment, are floating in free air, as if it is defying gravity. In order to understand what it takes to install given MEP system we have to consider how the system, is actually installed. Exercise 7: Placing Hangers 1. In the MEP Fabrication Parts dialog box change the Group to Hangers. 2. Select the Rectangular Bearer, and place it on the all “horizontal” straight ducts. 3. Switch to the default 3D view.

FIGURE 6: DUCT SYSTEM WITH HANGERS Notice: That the Hangers adopt to the width of the duct even if it has Insulation. 4. 5.

Switch back the 1-Mech view. Select the Structure Panel, start the Floor Command.

FIGURE 7: PART OF STRUCTURE PANEL

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Set the Height offset from Level to 3000 mm. Create a rectangular floor covering the entire duct system. (Ignore the warning) Switch to the default 3D view. Select all the Hangers and click Attach To Structure on the Modify|Fabrication Parts tap. Save the file as MSF10854-L Duct system Final.rvt

FIGURE 8: FINISHED FABRICATION MODEL

How to utilize the fabrication abilities in Revit MEP In the above section of this lab, we have worked through the basics of working with MEP Fabrication Parts in Revit MEP. Once again is highlighted that the above example is given with ducts, similar workflows and processes can be used with Piping, Plumbing and Electrical systems. The fabrication capabilities in Revit is just beginning to finds its place, so expect more in upcoming releases.

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How to collaborate with existing fabrication solutions Supporting the existing workflow Current users of Autodesk Fabrication CADmep, can integrate Revit in their already existing workflows with the RME to FAB add-in. This add-in is installed when the CADmep product is installed.

FIGURE 9: RME TO FAB PLUG-IN The purpose of the plug-in is to enable the Revit user to export design models to further development in Fabrication CADmep. Design Line Elements refers to the system routing components, Ducts, Pipes, Cable trays, Conduits and their fittings. Graphics Elements refers to all other additional elements attached to the system, which needs to be exported with the system. Exercise 8: Exporting a design model from Revit to CADmep 1. Open MSF10854-L Revit Duct system.rvt. 2. Select all objects in the system and use filter to deselect the diffusers. 3. With all ducts and fittings selected, click Store Design Line Elements in the RME to FAB plug-in under the Add-Ins tap. 4. Click somewhere in the drawing area, to deselect the ducts and fittings. 5. Select all objects in the system and use filter to deselect the ducts and the fittings. 6. With all diffusers selected, click Store Graphics Elements in the RME to FAB plug-in under the Add-Ins tap 7. Click Out to export the Model to MSF10854-L Revit Duct system.RIF 8. Launch Fabrication CADmep, select metric content. 9. Right click in the drawing area select CADmep -> Import -> Import Run of Items. 10. Browse to MSF10854-L Revit Duct system.RIF and click Open to begin the mapping process. 11. In the Mappings dialog box. a. Services tap i. Service Name: General Supply ii. Specification:DW144-LV b. Service Types tap i. Service Type: Air Device c. Fitting Ignores tap i. Make sure Yes is marked for fittings in the list. 12. Click OK to import the model. 13. Zoom Extents and go to a 3D view the model. 11

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FIGURE 10: RME TO FAB MODEL Notice: The model has been divided into fabrication ready sizes, and that hangers have been added. Above was a small example of a possible workflow including Revit for existing Fabrication CADmep users.

Including Revit in a Fabrication workflow. As the Fabrication capabilities, in Revit, evolves. Some fabricators might want to create the fabrication models directly in Revit. Direct communication between Revit and Fabrication ESTmep or Fabrication CAMduct can be obtained by installing the Revit Extension for Fabrication. The extension can be downloaded from the Autodesk AppStore. Find the plug-in here: http://apps.autodesk.com/RVT/en/Detail/Index?id=appstore.exchange.autodesk.com%3arevitextensio nforfabrication_windows64%3aen&autostart=true Exercise 9: MAJ Job files workflow 1. Switch back to the Fabrication model, created the first section of this Lab or open MSF10854-L Duct system Final.rvt. 2. Select all the Fabrication Parts. 3. Click Import and Export in the Revit Extension for Fabrication plug-in under the Add-Ins tap. 4. Select the Export option to create a MAJ file. 5. Name the file MSF10854-L Duct system Final.MAJ Notice: If the plug-in is not installed on your system, and the Wi-Fi is not working so it can be installed, find the MAJ file in the Additional Handouts folder of this lab. 6. 7. 8. 9.

Launch Fabrication ESTmep. Make sure the database that was used to the Fabrication model is active. Click Open Job and select the newly created MAJ file. Select the 3D Viewer tap and switch to a 3D view.

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FIGURE 11: MSF10854-L DUCT SYSTEM FINAL MODEL IN ESTMEP TIP: The import can be used to round-trip and re-import changes made in ESTmep back into Revit. Or you could it to import existing projects to Revit for FM purposes. TIP: Same as described above can be used to import the model to CAMduct.

FIGURE 12: MSF10854-L DUCT SYSTEM FINAL MODEL IN CAMDUCT

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How to manage and create fabrication content An overview of Services Services in the Autodesk MEP Fabrication products, serve as a kind of sophisticated routing preferences or at least that is how we are going to perceive them, as we start out to understand how fabrication content works. Managing Services Exercise 10: Adding ”content” to a Service 1. In Revit Open MSF10854-L Duct system Final.rvt. 2. In the MEP Fabrication Parts dialog, change the group to Round. 3. Create a Spiral Tube, of 400 mm in diameter to the “north” of the existing model. 4. Select the PS Pressed Saddle and add it to the left side of the duct. a. Make sure the Product Entry is set to 400x200, in the properties dialog. 5. Add a Spiral Tube to the open end of the saddle. Note: The Saddle is centered around the center axis of the 400 mm Spiral Tube, what if we wanted to the run to have an equal top? 6. 7.

Launch Fabrication CADmep. Make sure to load the Metric Content Library.

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Click Edit Service Database. In the top center of the screen. In the Service Setup dialog, Make sure the Service is set to General Supply.

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Click Service Information. Under Template Specification select the Round tap. In the Items Folder browse to HVAC –> Systems -> Lindab 2010 -> Vent. Drag the Tangential Saddle (TSTU), and drop it next to the Conical Saddle (TSTC). Click OK twice to close both dialog boxes. Go back to Revit In the MEP Fabrication Parts dialog, click Settings and Reload Configuration. Click OK to close the dialog Now the Tangential Saddle is ready to use. Place the Saddle and attach a Spiral Tube to the open end. a. Make sure the Product Entry is set to 400x180, in the properties dialog. Select the 400 mm Tube and go to the default 3D View. In the MEP Fabrication Parts dialog, select B90. Add the B90 to one of the open ends of the 400 mm tube and the open end of the 180 mm tube.

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FIGURE 13: RESULT OF EXERCISE 10 Notice: The B90 is faceted at the end of the 400 mm tube and is a pressed fitting at the end of the 180 mm tube. Services can configure different parts to be used at different sizes if needed. This can be achieved by editing the button properties in the service template. 23. 24. 25.

Swap back to Fabrication CADmep. Follow steps 8-11 to re-open the Edit Service Template dialog. Select the B90 button, right click and select Button Properties.

FIGURE 14: BUTTON PROPERTIES DIALOG Notice: The part has 2 ITM’s defined on to use up to 250 mm and one to use from 250 mm. Above is a quick and dirty example of with Services. Services hold a lot more configuration possibilities, so I strongly recommend to work through the help files to get a better insight. Additional information on Services can be found here: http://help.autodesk.com/view/FABRICATION/2016/ENU/?guid=GUID-D2FEBBE7-C9CC-4894-8F46E50ADDB73922

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Downloading Content Sometimes we need to either upgrade an existing content catalog or download new content. Exercise 11: Downloading Content 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

In Fabrication CADmep close all windows open. Right click in the drawing area, select CADmep -> Utilities -> Download Content. In the Autodesk Fabrication – Content Solutions dialog, Select Georg Fischer from the filter by Manufacturer drop down. Scroll to the bottom and click the green plus on the George Fischer Threaded – Galvanized Finish, to add these fittings to the download list. Click Download to download the Fittings. Swap back to Revit. In the MEP Fabrication Parts dialog, Select Settings Click Reload Configuration in the Fabrication Settings Dialog. Scroll to z-Transport-Service: TS-OEM – Mechanical – GF – Threaded – Malleable Iron – Galvanized, click Add and OK. Change the Service to z-Transport-Service: TS-OEM – Mechanical – GF – Threaded – Malleable Iron – Galvanized.

Now the Galvanized fittings from George Fischer are available to use in Revit. Try to mix and match your knowledge from the previous exercise with the knowledge obtained in this exercise, to add some of the GF fittings to a different Service. More information on downloading ITM content can be found here: http://help.autodesk.com/view/FABRICATION/2016/ENU/?guid=GUID-9719CDFF-4D62-4A30-803E8140FE1E275C Creating Content If the pre-installed content and the downloadable content is not sufficient, the Autodesk Fabrication MEP products offer the opportunity to create your own content. Fabrication Content is based on patterns (CID numbers), so to create your own content you first have to find the correct pattern. More information on finding CID numbers can be found here: http://help.autodesk.com/view/FABRICATION/2016/ENU/?guid=GUID-86F864BB-A9A8-4AF1-8CC71C80803E4159 Exercise 12: Creating Content 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7.

In Fabrication CADmep type FOLDERS, to open the Items Folder. Type MAKEPAT in the command line. When asked use 2041 for CID number (CID number for straight Pipe). Click OK to save the Part; Save the part in the folder structure, Mechanical -> Generic -> Tubes -> AU 2015 – Demo. Create folders when needed. In the Items Folder, browse to the newly created part. Select the newly created Part. Right Click and select Edit. Under the Items tap. a. Change material to Galvanized BS EN 10255

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b. Change Cut Type to Pipework. c. Set check mark in Bought Out. Note: more information on how to create material can be found here: http://help.autodesk.com/view/FABRICATION/2016/ENU/?guid=GUID-8764672C-B258-4C0089AA-5CAB5B9FE985 8.

Under the Other tap. a. Change C1 and C2 to GFR-Male-Tread-Glv

Note: more information on how to create connectors can be found here: http://help.autodesk.com/view/FABRICATION/2016/ENU/?guid=GUID-B1ECD34A-BE51-49C68564-8F680FB5F335 9. 10.

Click Ok to save the changes. Right click on the part and select create product list

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Click Edit Product List

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Click New , to add a dimension, Diameter. Fill the schedule with Name, Diameter: a. 20, 20 b. 25, 25 Under the Dimensions tap change, Length to 100 mm. Click Ok and Save to save the part. Add the part to z-Transport-Service: TS-OEM – Mechanical – GF – Threaded – Malleable Iron – Galvanized as in exercise 10. Swap to Revit, reload the configuration and our part is ready to use.

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FIGURE 14: CREATED PIPE IN REVIT More information on creating ITM content can be found here: http://help.autodesk.com/view/FABRICATION/2016/ENU/?guid=GUID-19E5F565-FB12-410E-918F06DF4D7F509B

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Differences between families and fabrication parts Fabrication Parts vs. Families Fabrication Parts are not normal Revit Families, they are defined and behave very different from normal Revit families. In this section of the lab we will look at some of the differences between the 2 types of content. Revit Families: Families in Revit is used to define the different types of building components needed to model a building from a design perspective. More information can be found here: http://help.autodesk.com/view/RVT/2016/ENU/?guid=GUID6DDC1D52-E847-4835-8F9A-466531E5FD29 Fabrication Parts: ITM content or Fabrication Parts are meant for leveraging the power of a model in the fabrication process. The purpose of this content is to enable fabricators easily understand how design changes impact quantities and pricing, as well as help them actually fabricate the parts for installation. For more information about Fabrication Parts (ITM content), consult the online help file here: http://help.autodesk.com/view/FABRICATION/2016/ENU/?guid=GUID-0F074B6C-D2A3-4689-8A297A9693D9B88E

Examples of differences between Revit Families and Fabrication Parts In this section, a few examples of the differences between the object types will be highlighted, in order to avoid potential misunderstandings and frustrations. Example 1: Documentation vs. Communication Revit Families are amongst other things, intended to document design intent, and therefor holds a number of capabilities aimed at easing the documentation process. Fabrication Parts are intended to ease the fabrication process, and have as such no need for capabilities to aid the documentation process. Fabrication Parts are used to communicate design intent without the need of documentation drawings.

FIGURE 12: REVIT DUCTS VS. FABRICATION DUCTS CROSSING 18

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Example 2: Sizing Capabilities Revit MEP families hold a lot of information, which is used for sizing the system. Fabrication Parts cannot be sized with the Revit Sizing tool as they have no sizing parameters.

FIGURE 12: REVIT DUCTS VS. FABRICATION DUCTS PARAMETERS

Example 3: Male vs. female connectors. While Revit MEP families have the concept of connectors, the connectors do not support the concept of male and female connections. This is supported by Fabrication Parts.

FIGURE 13: REVIT CONNECTORS VS. FABRICATION CONNECTORS

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