Drawing Exporter

This product is a free plugin and automatically added to your account and should be accessible through Revit on installation of the plugin.

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SKU: RVT-EXP-001 Category: Tags: , , ,


A powerful exporting tool designed to empower users with unprecedented control over file organization. With this tool, users can effortlessly establish a tailored file naming system for each document and configure distinct profiles to streamline workflows or cater to specific clients, adhering to BIM Level 2 or other naming standards. The naming conventions for drawings are determined by selecting a combination of predefined parameters.

Once your naming profiles are configured, you gain the flexibility to personalize the supported file types for export. Currently, PDFs are fully supported, with plans underway to expand compatibility to include additional file formats such as DWG, DXF, images, and more. Stay tuned for forthcoming updates as we continue to enhance functionality.

Moreover, our tool offers convenient features like the ability to swiftly navigate to the version-controlled QR page, conveniently positioned at the top of the interface beside the “Edit Profiles” button. Explore the full potential of seamless file management with our exporting tool.



Out of the box, the Exporter plugin generates drawings using the default Autodesk title block. It utilizes the “Sheet Number” parameter in Revit for all drawings, resulting in an exported sheet in PDF format.

Customizing Profiles:

To customize the exporter, click the “Edit Profiles” button. Here, you can edit existing profiles, rename them, or add new ones using the adjacent button.

Customizing Drawing Names:

Modify the default drawing name based on the “Sheet Number.” Additional parameters assigned to the sheet category of the model, including built-in and custom parameters, can be added by double-clicking or using the add button. The first column lists input parameters, while the second column shows desired parameter combinations.

PDF Export Settings:

On the PDF tab of the user interface, you will find a selection of exporter settings, which function similarly to the built-in Revit PDF tool. Once you have selected your desired settings, you can save them and test their functionality.

Exporting the Sheets:

On the main user interface, a table of contents lists all current drawings in the model. Here, you can select the desired profile from the top of the page, which will display an example of the exported file name. Each drawing entry includes the current sheet number, drawing name, current revision, page size (standard sizes such as A1, A2, etc., or “Custom”), sheet orientation, available export type (set by altering the edit profiles section), and the final file name on the exported sheet. Once satisfied with the sheet names, you can choose to export individual drawings or select all drawings from the dropdown menu. Click the export button and select the desired folder path. Click “OK” to initiate the export process, which will export each sheet accordingly.

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