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If you are trying to track your addins, there is several places to look for:


C:\Program Files\Autodesk\Revit 2013\Program\AddIns



A very useful tool that is overlooked… Model Review

Great tool to make model reviewing faster and more efficient.

Watch the video here

Saving all families…

A utility has been provided as part of the Mastering Revit Architecture Book to allow you to save all the families outside of a project.

First download the zip file here

Browse in the contents to: \c24\ExampleApplication\ExampleApplication\bin\Debug\ Copy everything from this folder to: C:\Revit Projects\ Copy the two .addin files from the \c24\ folder . . . → Read More: Saving all families…

Beta tester needed

We are looking for some beta testers to spend some time on a new app that is related to worksets. So if you are interested and work with worksets on a daily basis please contact us at

A long awaited plugin from the labs

Autodesk Labs just released an eTransmit app for Revit.


With eTransmit for Revit, you can:

Copy and detach a Revit model and associated files to a single folder for internet transmission. This removes the typical error messages when you copy central files using the operating system. Locate dependent files automatically and include them . . . → Read More: A long awaited plugin from the labs

Form Finding with Nucleus

A new tool has been publish on Autodesk Labs to help with form finding in Revit. Interesting to see Maya influencing Revit.

Get the tool here

See a brief video here

Sheet Creator

Jason Grant gave us a nice xmas gift. On December 25th he released the first version of the sheet creator. The application is designed to facilitate the Sheet creation process by entering the information in a single dialog box repetitively.

The application is dead simple to use. After the install (which are well documented . . . → Read More: Sheet Creator