Design in Revit + 3D Max

Today, work in the field of architecture and construction is directly related to the use of 3D modeling and related software. Due to the wide variety of possibilities of the latter, we can implement any idea. Moreover, even the one about which about 15 years ago would be said that its embodiment is unrealistic.

    In this article, we will consider the combination of 3D max and Revit, talk in more detail about working with it, and also learn about the opportunities it provides. Anyone who at least once came across the concept of 3D modeling, probably familiar with the program 3D max. Unfortunately, Revit is not very popular, in our opinion, this is completely undeserved. Thanks to this small program, work with large-scale projects is made as convenient as possible. In particular, Revit creates a single repository of all files, as a result, everyone who works on the project sees the changes made by other participants in real time. In addition, with the exception of all of the above, Revit also allows you to greatly speed up the process of creating visualizations. We give a concrete example: there is already a ready-made model, however, the customer is dissatisfied and requires some changes. There is no need to explain that it will take a lot of time, plus a few days to render. Revit not only greatly facilitates all of the above work, but also does not depend on visualizers.

It is worth noting that working with this program is very simple. The minimum set (the composition of which implies the presence of a professional account on 3DDD, the presence of a good library of textures and the ability to customize the light and Vray materials) is more than enough to successfully implement the architect’s idea.

Due to the interaction of these two programs, it will not be difficult to make the necessary changes to the project specification, drawings or the 3D model itself. In order not to be unfounded, imagine such a situation: say, it is necessary to change the parameters of the wall. You calmly change the geometry without worrying about textures and materials - they will remain unchanged. Everything is very simple. Summarizing all of the above, the following can be noted: working with a combination of 3D max and Revit makes the process of creating visualizations faster, better and more interactive.