This release reimagins the bridge design workflow, in order to boost productivity. Thanks to simpler connected workflows with previously unavailable functionality and increased flexibility in using custom components, more complex pier and abutment layouts in the digital model are now possible.
Key features in the new InfraWorks 2023.1 update include:
Clipping Planes Visualize and understand structures at the design stage with a new dynamic clipping plane interaction. With Clipping Planes you get a deeper insight into the complex geometry of structures.
Revit Family-Based Custom Parametric Components
Before this update, you could create custom parametric components for InfraWorks only in Inventor. Now, it is possible to create Revit family-based components (RFBC) and import any existing libraries of RFBC you wish to reuse. Once you publish the InfraWorks model and open it in Revit, you can further modify RFBC, with holes or notches. This is great news for AEC collection subscribers because Revit is included in the collection.
Enhanced Geometry Control This is much-needed functionality that allows bridge models to progress to the detail design stage more quickly, with greater control, while maintaining the ease of use of automatic bearings placement. Enhanced geometry control allows you to create custom piers and abutments with any desired seat geometry and have bearings placed automatically.
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