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ULMA Studio for Revit® Now Available

Jun 06, 2020
ULMA is unveiling its new design space “BIM BANG,” where you can download ULMA Studio, the new add-In for Revit® Autodesk®, for free.

With this new tool, ULMA offers professionals in construction, architecture, or engineering, as well as teachers and students, the ability to download and utilize different families of ULMA products to make their work in Building Information Modelling (BIM) easier. 

ULMA Studio users can design virtual models and generate material lists, plans, 3D images, animations, or information flows that can be integrated with construction project planning and management tools.

In this first version, the ULMA Studio Add-In for Revit® download includes the primary formwork systems for building projects. Among our wall and column or vertical formwork systems, the user will be able to access libraries including formwork panels in imperial units designed for the US market, MEGALITE and MEGAFORM. From our horizontal or slab formwork systems, there will be access to the Panelized Dropheah Slab Formwork CC-4 and H20 Beam Slab Formwork ENKOFLEX families.

Given that one of the main objectives of BIM software is to combine all project information in a single location, ULMA Studio includes all relevant information about each piece, from the reference number to the name and weight. Moreover, the user will be able to generate detailed material lists for the project underway, either for specific views or for the entire project.

ULMA Studio will be a vivid and dynamic tool, updated as needed with new features and new products.

This will not be the only feature that ULMA offers in its web services; true to its client-centred philosophy of close collaboration, it will continue developing different tools designed for the BIM environment, which is growing in demand across the construction industry.

Closeness and collaboration with the client, a fundamental need for the successful execution of any project, is a defining aspect of ULMA’s work ethic, based on the creation of collaborative environments for each project from start to finish, and fits perfectly with the work methods required by BIM.