By Justin Doughty
Autodesk have now release the Revit Extension for Fabrication for Revit MEP 2016, this can be downloaded from the Autodesk Exchange Apps here:
A simple guide on how this works, using the CREATECAM command in Fabrication CADmep lets you export to a .MAJ file.
Using the same Fabrication Content, you can use the new Revit Extension for Fabrication and Import the .MAJ file into a new file in Revit:
This extension also lets you export from Revit in the same way.
For this workflow you will need to have:
A version of Autodesk Fabrication with its Content Library
Revit MEP 2016
The Revit Extension for Fabrication