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Wed, Mar 12, 2008 at 9:49:15 PM | Free Custom Built Revit Families

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RevitlutionStudio


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Aggravated over the vast amount of time and money being squandered in the design and construction of 3D parametric building components (Revit Families)?

 

Please allow me to introduce you and your firm to Revit-lution. The design team at  Revit-lution is committed to providing low-cost and high quality 3D Revit families for you and your firm. Let’s face it, since this is our specialty, we can do it in a lot less time than you as well. That works good for both of us. After all, as an engineer or architect, you have far more important things to worry about than dealing with the nuances of the Revit family editor.

 

I am not going to try to hide the intentions of this letter. I am contacting you because I want your business and because I have complete confidence that Revit-lution will save your firm a great deal of time, money and mental fatigue!

 

Why mess with the stress? Let us handle all your Revit family problems!

 

We realize that it would be, shall we say, foolhardy for you to place all your family problems in the hands of complete strangers. That is why those of us in the Revit-lution Studio are offering a sample of our services to you free of charge. No strings attached.

 

Just send us the cut sheets to any piece of mechanical equipment. We will design and construct the Revit family and turn it right back over to you. Just e-mail your cut sheets to studio@revit-lution.com.

 

Let just call this a simple challenge to you as an engineer, architect or manufacturer to put our services to a risk free test.

 

Please visit our web site www.revit-lution.com for more information about the services we offer.

 

Sincerely,

Matthew S. Brown

Founder/President

www.revit-lution.com

e-mail: studio@revit-lution.com

phone: (850) 776-3527


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Thu, Mar 27, 2008 at 8:05:29 AM | Free Custom Built Revit Families

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I realize that this company is just starting, however i would really recommend trying to create a web page that is a little better in design, because it lacks a professional image.  Maybe you could improve the quality of the graphics for your logo. Some of the letters are a little choppy.

 Please take this comment as is intended, a constructive criticism, and I hope your company does well.


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Thu, Mar 27, 2008 at 8:53:42 AM | Free Custom Built Revit Families

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Though I admire what you are trying to do, I must say that I don't like the way you are telling people that you can create families better and faster than they can...especially the page on your site where you say "let us know when you give up."

 

Probably not the best approach to make it sound as if people will fail w/o your help.

 

My two cents.


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Fri, Mar 28, 2008 at 1:06:25 PM | Free Custom Built Revit Families

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hey your famlies aren;t really free,

if you want i will give you all my 5000 famlies free, if you send me $1000 for postage and packaging of the dvd's they are on.

now there's an offer.


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Mon, Apr 7, 2008 at 10:19:16 AM | Free Custom Built Revit Families

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LOL.

The title says "Free Custom Built Revit Families" them you say "...low-cost and high quality..."

Is a "Free-Low-Cost Families" hehe


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Tue, Apr 8, 2008 at 9:38:00 AM | Free Custom Built Revit Families

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No way! Money-starved capitalists!

 

RevitCity is the best...It's the best coz it's free! Plus, you not only get families but tutorials, advice and many more!  

 

KingRevit's offer may be better! Coz it's free of charge.

 

I wish pirates would come running down your company. Plus, don't forget to pay RevitCity some advertising fees, ayt?


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