Use models from Revit for model coordination
Revit contains three kinds of origins which are important for model coordination. A Project Base Point, which represents the origin of the project coordinate system around which the model should be setup. It is mostly used for measuring distances and ...
Quick Start Guide BCF Manager Revit
This Quick Start Guide describes the basic online workflow of the BCF Manager for Revit. It will get you up and running in no time. If you have not yet installed it, download and install the BCF Manager for Revit here. Online workflow BCF Manager ...
Why can some components not be found in Revit?
In Revit, components located in linked models cannot be individually manipulated by the BCF manager. This is a limitation of Revit itself. Therefore only components in the main model can be found when performing a zoom-to. In the case where one or ...
Force orthographic projection in the Revit BCF manager
To force Revit to stay in its orthographic projection mode when you zoom to an issue, go to 'Show the BCF options' in the toolbar, and choose 'Settings'. There you can enable the the checkbox 'Stay in orthographic mode'.
Use the BCF Manager with a shared Revit model
When working in a shared model in Revit, it is possible to work with the BCF Managers as you would in a non-shared model. Do take into account that the view created by the BCF Manager when zooming to issues has by default a generic name, which can ...
Define the 3D view settings for zoom to
View settings are not incorporated in the BCF file format. Your modeling software determines the way in which viewpoints are shown meaning the BCF Managers use the active view settings on zoom to. In Revit you can influence the way the BCF Managers ...