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Mon, Jun 26, 2006 at 4:13:19 AM | Revit vs ADT/BS/C3D - Not a gripe match

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I need real, no "pie in the sky" assessments between the two major product lines! What pitfalls have you found - what work arounds - major impacts - hardware and peripheral issues - etc.. I'm not looking for anyone to flame either side, I need facts not opinion or conjecture. I'm building a plan that can affect over 2,200 architects and engineers and looking for real facts. Thanks in advance.

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Mon, Jun 26, 2006 at 4:36:24 AM | RE: Revit vs ADT/BS/C3D - Not a gripe match

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I am never using ADT again.. thats a fact

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Mon, Jun 26, 2006 at 10:07:20 AM | RE: Revit vs ADT/BS/C3D - Not a gripe match

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"A house divided against itself cannot stand." I believe that Autodesk cannot endure permanently half Revit and half ADT. there's my passion for Revit, i leave the facts for others

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Mon, Jun 26, 2006 at 2:21:50 PM | RE: Revit vs ADT/BS/C3D - Not a gripe match

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I haved used Both and think that Revit is alot easier to work with. I found that with revit I was able to grasp the concepts faster and the program runs smother.

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Mon, Jul 17, 2006 at 1:47:17 PM | RE: Revit vs ADT/BS/C3D - Not a gripe match

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Like me, try out Bentley's Triforma, Autodesk's ADT, ABS, Vectorworks, All Plan and REVIt, guess which one you will be returning to purchase?

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Mon, Jul 17, 2006 at 7:45:47 PM | RE: Revit vs ADT/BS/C3D - Not a gripe match

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Ease of Use: Advantage REVIT Likelihood of being here in 10 years: REVIT Embracing the trends: REVIT Cost: ADT Finding capable users: ADT (for now)

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Thu, May 8, 2008 at 3:06:09 AM | Revit vs ADT/BS/C3D - Not a gripe match

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I started out on REvit back when it was 7.1 and then my firm went with bentley so i had to learn it.  Honestly I would recommend looking at Bentley i have been using it now for a year and a half and I love it.  I can do anything i want in more.  I recently got REvit because i like to try and stay educated and current with software and how things work.  Im trying real hard to learn Revit but as of right now i think Bentley is a little more powerful.

 

But i love absolutely love the way revit displays the hatch on the surface of the material when your in a 3d view

 


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Thu, May 8, 2008 at 4:49:41 AM | Revit vs ADT/BS/C3D - Not a gripe match

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After mulling over my options for implementation for a long time it came down to this for me.

I will never let go of ADT.... Not so long as there are still dinosaurs roaming this planet.

Bentley? never used amazingly... heard it rocks, but I guess it's not widely used.

Archicad.... I love it, not going to use it as long as i am on PC, sorry graphisoft and mac.

Revit! industry standard, manufacturers support coming online quickly, works well with my other toys, convient to train project managers, interior designers, architects, and drafters


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Fri, May 9, 2008 at 9:18:57 PM | Revit vs ADT/BS/C3D - Not a gripe match

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Revit because of it's ease of use even if you have to battle learning the family editor or get your families created for you it is a more logical package and as also mentioned in this thead, it plays nice with a lot of other packages, may it be for energy analysis or renderings.

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