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Wed, May 16, 2018 at 1:27:47 PM | Which version to choose

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Hello. Due to some reasons I've decided to Chief Architect to Revit. But I'm completely confused with different versions of Revit... My job is to redesign customer's houses. What I do is 3d scan building upload 3d scan to the software (It was Chief Architect and it will be Revit), Then based on this data make a new design for the building. As I know Revit has strong analitical instruments for physical characteristics of the building so I can calculate what to change and what not. Which Revit version will be the best choice for my workflow? To make 3d scans I use Artec Studio with Artec scanners (I provide the links so you can read how it export data). 


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Wed, May 16, 2018 at 4:00:44 PM | Which version to choose

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Use the latest version of REVIT. Either 2018 or 2019.


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Mon, May 28, 2018 at 7:44:53 AM | Which version to choose

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Thank you.


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Tue, Jun 5, 2018 at 3:14:16 PM | Which version to choose

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Revit is updated yearly now.  Once you upgrade your model/project to a new version, the file cannot be downgraded to an older version.  This is important to understand.  Once you upgrade - YOU CAN NOT GO BACK.

 

Deciding on which version is an important decision you should make with your consultants involved.  If there are no consultants - then I always use the most current version of Revit, which is currently 2019.

 



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