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Autodesk Revit is a modeling software that supports BIM (Building Information Modeling) and offers many different tools and tools for architects, landscape architects, civil engineers, mechanical, electrical and plumbing engineers, designers and contractors.
As a result, the program not only allows the user to use and process a wealth of information in the early planning phase, but also allows him to quickly make well-founded decisions that increase the efficiency of project implementation.
This allows the different departments (architects, building technicians, …) to work more efficiently and simultaneously on the same project.
In addition, with Autodesk Revit you can use various 3D models from thousands of manufacturer data for your project and the user also has bidirectional interfaces to leading statics programs.
In this way, the construction can be checked quickly and changes based on the static calculation can be immediately updated in the project.
Of course there are other useful functions and extensions that you get with Autodesk Revit, but I think that there are better sources for everything that can be implemented for projects with this program.
For me, the only important thing is that this software can also be used on a wide variety of Linux distributions.
If you want to know more about the Autodesk Revit for Linux project or have any other questions, just post them in the comments below so other readers can benefit too!
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