By Justin Doughty
Just a really useful quick tip on using Fabrication Parts in Revit. Not many people realise that once the service is loaded from the Fabrication configuration database, it stays in the Revit project file!
This means you can set up a project file or even template with the Fabrication parts pre-loaded in. This would be really useful when working with other Revit users that do not have access to the Fabrication software or any custom configuration you may be using.
Just remember, purely loading the services can add around 4mb per service to the final Revit file size, so it would be wise not to load every service in.