Discover new Revit 2019 features that help improve your workflow and productivity. Revit 2019 comes through with new features and enhancements that help multidisciplinary teams deliver projects more productively. Join us at our webinar as we share what’s new in the latest version of Revit, and there’s a lot to talk about in Revit 2019! You’ll see that many of the updates in Revit 2019 are a result of users’ suggestions and feedback.
With a more immersive and modern user experience, Revit continues to support efficient design and drive innovation. You can model more of your design while in a 3D view for the immersive design experience you prefer. Revit 2019 enables a better workflow between design and detailing with tools that let you model to a higher level of detail, creating better-coordinated and more accurate steel and concrete models.
Join Louis Chibbaro our BIM Specialist at our upcoming webinar, and dive deeper in some of the new features. There’s a lot to talk about in Revit 2019 including:
Multimonitor support and tabbed views. Improve working space by organizing and arranging views using tabbed documents that can be docked, tiled, and viewed on multiple monitors.
Levels in 3D views. Understand and manipulate important datum heights in your project with the option to display levels in 3D views.
Uncropped perspective views. Work in full-screen uncropped perspective view. Move around the view freely with navigation commands such as Zoom, Pan, and Orbit.
Double-fill patterns. Communicate design intent by applying both foreground and background fill patterns in cut or surface.
Engineering documentation for steel. Create accurate engineering documentation for structural steel, including details with steel connections.
Complex piping networks. Improved pressure drop analysis for complex networks, supporting primary/secondary separation for hydronic systems.
New full-screen uncropped perspective views. Provides a more immersive experience when viewing and working within a model. Save time by easily toggling between default 3D and perspective views and moving around either view freely with navigation commands such as Zoom, Pan, and Orbit. Scope box improvements provide more consistent behavior of levels across 2D and 3D views, further improving the experience of modeling in 3D views. Scope boxes can be assigned to 3D views and they sort alphabetically.