Cut Opening helps Revit® users avoid headaches like:
to cut holes in the places where ducts, pipes, cable trays, or conduits
are intersecting walls, floors, or ceilings? Do I need to cut it manually?
Is it possible to place openings depending on MEP element? Can I manage required opening size for one or other type of MEP element?
Is it possible to join (auto-join) openings?
Is it possible to create openings if my MEP elements do not cross over the structural element? This situation could be found in wall mounted air terminals and their connections with ducts.
Do I change offsets by created openings a lot faster than manually doing so?
Can I work with different groups of MEP elements and have different parameters for them? For example Hot Water Pipes and Sanitary Pipes.
How to create openings in walls, floors, or ceilings if they are in linked file?
Is it possible to insert structural openings when my architectural walls, windows and doors are separated from the structural walls?
How to create openings for imported IFC MEP elements in structural building elements?
Revit users spend a lot of time adding and tagging openings manually. BIM solution Cut Opening can solve all of the above mentioned headaches of Autodesk® Revit®, Autodesk® Revit® Architecture / Structure users.