Movie hsbModel (3dPrinting): shows how to use the 3dPrinting application.
hsbModel: With the hsbModel add-in for Revit you can print Revit models on a large scale by splitting up objects in Revit and adding connections to them.
Settings: Allows you to set the 3d printing settings for all individual Auto commands and the commands in the ''hsb Generate’’ tab.
Auto: Create FreeForms, do splitting, connections, labelling and stacking automatic with the values from the settings and from a linked drawing.
Printparts: Create FreeForms for printing.
Labels: Create Labels on the printing parts. Adds a Label to the FreeForms as a family.
Connections: Create connections for the printing parts.
Stack: Create a stacking of the printing parts. This will make Printviews with the FreeForms stacked according to the settings.
Export STL: Export views or pick elements to be exported to STL format.
Help / Help: This is a link to the hsbAcademy. LINK to this page and to download the Adobe Flash Player.
More / More: This is a link to the hsbAcademy. LINK to this page and to download the Adobe Flash Player.Here you can find explanation about the "License registrator", about ''Updating your system''. LINK to this page.
Modify: To Edit the printing parts.
Splittablesolids and Freeforms: Adds a hsb3dPrinting object.
Movie hsbModel (3dPrinting)(Back to top)
The hsb3dPrinting tab in the Ribbon shows the workflow of turning a Revit model into batches of .stl files, these batches contain FreeForms with connections.
The workflow is:1. In the settings you set the scale, the splitting, the labelling and the connections.
Settings | 3D Printing Settings(Back to top)
Settings | Settings
Auto | From Host(Back to top)
Create FreeForms, do splitting, connections, labelling and stacking automatic with the values from the settings.
Auto | From Link
Ceate FreeForms, do splitting, connections, labelling and stacking automatic with the values from the settings from a linked drawing
PrintParts | Auto(Back to top)
PrintParts | Manually
Create SplittableSolids with a non-splitted Freeform from Walls, floors and roofs.
PrintParts | Create From Parts
PrintParts | Generic Solid Creater
PrintParts | Auto Link
PrintParts | Manual Link
PrintParts | Edit
PrintParts | Delete
PrintParts / Validate
Labels | Label Parts(Back to top)
Label | Connections
Labels | Create Label Views and DWF
Labels | Explode
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Adds a Label to the FreeForms as a family (Generic Model) and as a propertie of the FreeForm
Connections | Auto(Back to top)
Connections | Manually
You can edit the connection by selecting the family-instance that adds the connection. It is placed in the center of the 2 faces that connect.
Stack | Auto(Back to top)
Auto select FreeForms and stack them in seperate 3D views with offsets from the settings.
Stack | Rotate
Export | Export STL(Back to top)
Help | Help(Back to top)
Provide access to online help and other resources.
Help | hsbAcademy
hsbAcademy LINK to this External page.
Help | Get Adobe Flash Player
Get Adobe Flash Player LINK to this External page.
More / More(Back to top)
More information, license registrator, app update, About.
More LINK to this External page.
Modify(Back to top)
Edit Mode(Back to top)
Splittablesolids and Freedoms:(Back to top)
To print objects in Revit we add our own object over a Revit object, this is a SplittableSolid (Generic Model), this SplittableSolid can be divided into FreeForms (Structural Framing) as an example see the Wall below: