BEXEL Manager Revit Publisher
BEXEL Manager Revit Publisher [Publish to BX3] file exporter enables project teams using BEXEL Manager software to generate federated models for BIM simulation and analyses. All project stakeholders using Autodesk® Revit® as an authoring tool can generate the optimized BX3 file directly from the application, even without the need for a BEXEL Manager license. The BX3 file format supports transfer of object geometry and all associated metadata. Additionally, you have various exporting options such as exporting active Autodesk® Revit® file only or exporting all linked Autodesk® Revit® files simultaneously.
BEXEL Manager Properties Importer
Properties Importer allows you to synchronize data back and forth between Autodesk® Revit® and BEXEL Manager. It means you can alleviate the data management process by delegating tasks related to the model to team members that don’t even use the BIM model but Excel files only. You can export properties and data edited or created in BEXEL Manager, as well as native metadata to manage them in Excel. Once modified, you can import the data back to Revit and your properties shall be updated or created if they were originally created in BEXEL Manager.
Bexel Publisher Addin for Navisworks
Bexel Publisher Addin for Navisworks is a file exporter that enables project teams to generate BIM models from authoring tools and formats (e.g. DWG, DWF, Aveva, Infraworks, MicroStation, Rhinoceros, SmartPlant 3D, Solidworks, etc.) supported by Autodesk® Navisworks®, but which does not support export to IFC file format, into Bexel Manager software as federated BIM model ready for integrated 3D/4D/5D project management and analysis. This add-in can generate the optimized BX3 file from Autodesk® Navisworks®, even without the need for a BEXEL Manager license. The BX3 file format supports the transfer of object geometry and all associated metadata. Additionally, there are various exporting options such as exporting only part of the model or choosing categories (e.g. Beams, Walls, Slabs, etc.) that sets of elements will be mapped to.