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Revit Structure 4 & Etabs enabler

Revit Structure 4 & Etabs enabler

Revit Structure 4 & Etabs enabler

Where I can download the Revit Structure 4 to Etabs enabler?. I tried to find it in the CSI web page but I cant find it.

RE: Revit Structure 4 & Etabs enabler

you cant find it as revit4 and etabs dont work togather. !! and CSI sayd it wont be further upgarading as its causing them imnese problems in doing so !

but revit 3 works with ETABS !!

RE: Revit Structure 4 & Etabs enabler

The enabler of Revit4 is for ETABS v9


RE: Revit Structure 4 & Etabs enabler

ETABS 9.1.5. and REVIT 2008 integration is now available.

RE: Revit Structure 4 & Etabs enabler

I have just installed the upgrade 9.1.5 and the new integration module and it works great.

RE: Revit Structure 4 & Etabs enabler

This is a little off topic, but I'm getting into full scale computer modeling and am pretty unfamiliar with it.  Etabs is a tool for modeling the entire structure correct?  And Revit is like autocad, you draw your structure, and can then import it into etabs, right?  Revit doesn't actually do any analysis is what I understand?  Other programs similar to etabs are ram structure and tekla, right?

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