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September 15, 2015 by Jokūbas Vaišvila

We are releasing new Cut Opening version on 17th of September and it has already caused quite a commotion.

Cut Opening is valuable helper for all Revit users who are interested in BIM, Revit, MEP, Architecture and Structure Engineering, BIM management, BIM coordination, etc. It defines and reserves spaces in Revit® models for ducts, pipes, cable trays and conduits. Structural engineers and architects can then review, revise, and create the approved holes with just one click.

Some new Cut Opening features:

  • This application for Revit enables you to predefine configurations of openings shapes, sizes, and joining offsets that are dependent on MEP elements size;
  • Cut Opening defines joining distance between several openings;
  • Automatically inserts Fire Dampers where ducts clash with building construction, etc.

So Cut Opening automatically creates suitable holes based on the location and types of clashes detected for MEP elements in current, linked, or IFC files. To conclude of what Cut Opening is capable of check this promo video I’ve recorded:

By the way:

New functionality of Cut Opening will be presented in the webinar FREE WEBINAR: What’s New for Revit Users in Cut Opening Process. Looking forward to meeting you there!

Thank you.

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