Streamline your Design Process

With the Conveyor plugin, users can easily import Rhino objects into Revit as native elements.

Efficient Rhino + Revit Workflows for any skill level

Conveyor is a “no-code” app. In other words, you can get started with no prior coding or Grasshopper experience.

Conveyor’s straightforward system enables anyone with basic 3D modeling experience to connect Revit and Rhino.

Rhino.Inside.Revit Integration

Conveyor enhances Rhino.Inside.Revit. Users can transfer model elements from Rhino to Revit without Exporting and Importing.

Conveyor enhances the Rhino.Inside experience and adds useful features.

  • A lowered barrier to entry – With Conveyor, users do not need to use Grasshopper to leverage Rhino.Inside’s capabilities.
  • One-click process – Users can send elements from one program to another with a single click.
  • BIM Best Practices – Conveyor enables teams to schedule, track, and update imported objects
  • Complex Geometry Conversion – Conveyor’s mesh functions enable highly complex forms to be imported to Revit in a usable format.
  • Material Management – Conveyor offers multiple ways that users can manage materials – from automatically assigning specified materials by name, to editing imported Direct Shape materials.
  • And more!

Track and Re-import Updated Model Elements

Selectively update imported geometry from Rhino to Revit. Conveyor keeps track of changes in your models.

Conveyor tracks design changes for each element, and flags elements that have been edited. This allows users to selectively update or replace previously imported elements with ease.

Simplify your workflow

Conveyor uses the Rhino file format to translate geometry into native Revit components. This means you can pass data between Rhino and Revit without any complex workarounds.

Supporting Innovative Project Teams

This image shows the Las Vegas Raider's Stadium under construction. Conveyor was used by the project team to create an innovative construction sequencing model, a valuable asset which provided the team with insight into their operations.
Conveyor was used to create a construction sequencing model of the Las Vegas Raiders Stadium façade, which opened in 2020.
(photo by Chase Stevens/Las Vegas Review-Journal)

Conveyor has been used by innovative project teams to design and build some of today’s most complex projects:

  • Las Vegas Raiders Stadium
  • The Lucas Museum of Narrative Art
  • The Gilder Center at the Museum of Natural History

The teams behind each of these projects saved countless hours by streamlining their project workflows with Conveyor.

Leveraged by leading firms

Major organizations in the AEC industry are using Conveyor at an enterprise scale. With Conveyor providing a straightforward way to integrate the industry’s top design and documentation tools, these teams are able to spend less time struggling to overcome workflow challenges and more time on things that matter.

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