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|Short description||The FREE Autodesk Revit extension Smart Browser allows to quickly and easily find Revit families on the designer's local computer or company server.|
|Full description||The free Autodesk Revit extension Smart Browser allows designers to quickly find the Revit families in external libraries, located in the designer's computer or a server. The program is very easy to use. Extension allows you to see all the parameters, types, etc. of the required family prior to its upload to the project. A particular novelty in the Autodesk Revit browser market – this extension has a direct link to the Revit and other formats of 3D models (3ds Max, Maya, etc.) online store http://www.cgtrader.com, therefore with Smart Browser the Revit user will easily sell or buy the appropriate Revit families. Also, in Smart Browser you can acquire free or paid Revit families without leaving the Revit environment. Online shop CGTrader provides detailed information for each family, so you will really know what you pay for.|
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|Keywords||revit family browser, Autodesk Revit Architecture Structure MEP extension, application, add-on, add-in, plug-in, tool, family parameter, value, category, server, library, tools for revit|
|Version date||2013 05 16|
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