Tired of not having a one-line riser diagram in Revit MEP? Us too. Rather than continue to complain about it, we’ve decided to fix it ourselves.
We have an add-in for Revit MEP that we released in September, 2013. In our next release, we plan to add a one-line riser diagram feature to it. Want to know when we release it? Sign up using the form below and we’ll send you an email when we’re done.
Continuing our comparison of Design Master with Revit MEP, let’s look at how the two programs handle one-line riser diagrams.
Here’s a request for a Revit user that they be added, hopefully in the next release, though he doesn’t expect them for another year or two.
Here’s a blog post from 2008 that suggests some workarounds for creating one-line diagrams in Revit.
Design Master Electrical
In Design Master Electrical, one-line riser diagrams are built in. Like Revit MEP, our software didn’t have a one-line feature in our first release in 2001. However, we added one-line riser diagrams in 2004.
To learn more about Design Master Electrical, contact us for a free demonstration and 30-day trial. The only way to make an educated decision about Design Master Electrical and Revit MEP is to actually try them both and see how they work for you.