Developing a fully functioning product from scratch in Revit while minimizing the file size.
Maintaining accurate geometry of the product and including a standardized format (.rfa).
Maintaining product integrity as per Autodesk Seek Standard.
A leading furniture manufacturer situated in Canada, faced challenges of displaying their range of products on their website as per actual dimensions, with full detail, variations and sub variations of material, size, colour, shape etc. They wished to make their products part of the “new” BIM standard.
Our Solutions and Approach
Our team reviewed all the details of the input files of the images with the dimensions sent by the client and created a fully functioning product from scratch in Revit.
This included minimizing file size, maintaining accurate geometry of the product and including a standardized format (.rfa) in order to maintain product integrity as per Autodesk Seek Standard.
Using Autodesk Revit, our BIM experts created more than 550 Revit Families of Products like Chairs, Sofa and Table, Couch etc. with product information and detail for material and finishes including variations and sub variations.
Revit Family Libraries were created to display the entire range of products on Website with full detail, material and specifications as per BIM standards.
Revit Family Image of ChairReal Product Image of Chair
Hitech provided more than 550 Revit Families of furniture products with exact product information and details required for material and finishes. The furniture manufacturer now had a whole range of furniture products on the company’s website with variations and sub variations of shape, size, color, material etc. A free downloadable version of the software was accessible to architects and designers and the data was stored in the “.rfa” format. The manufacturer was able to create a library of products with all relevant data etc. that could be used as and when needed.