Release Notes for May 3, 2017



Assemble Systems will be issuing an upgrade of the Assemble add-in with this release on May 3rd, 2017.

Users will need to update the add-in to be able to publish to Assemble. To update your add-in, click here to download and install. To directly download the add-in, please click here.

Project-Wide Visibility Settings

Now you are able to turn models on or off completely in the Model Tree. Turning off the model will make that model disappear thoroughly and you won’t see any of the instances from that model, even in the ghosted mode.


Also, you can now apply visibility rules to all of the models using a single rule.


Please click here for more information about working with Model Tree and click here to learn more about Visibility Settings.

Geometry for Revit System Families

Assemble is now supporting geometry for Revit System Families such as Curtain Walls, Stacked Walls, Structural Trusses, etc.


To learn more about new workflows of working with Revit System Families in Assemble, please click here. For more information about Revit System Families, click here.

Revit Parts

 In the new release, Assemble will support Revit Parts. Part elements in Revit support the construction modeling process by letting you divide certain elements from the design intent model into discrete parts. Parts can be generated from elements with layered structures, such as Walls, Floors, Roofs, Ceilings, etc.


For more information about Revit Part elements, please click here. For creating Parts in Revit, click Modify | <element type> tab Create panel (Create Parts). To learn more about how to create Parts in Revit, click here.

Now, you have the ability to divide elements into smaller pieces in Revit to simulate the construction process. Also, you can break down each element to its discrete layers which helps you in your material take-offs in Assemble. Click here for more information about workflows of using Revit Parts in Assemble.

CADWorx as An Authoring Tool

You can now publish your models including geometry directly from Intergraph CADWorx Plant Design Suite to Assemble and unlock the power of your plant design and process models. To learn more about CADWorx Plant Design Suite, please click here. For more information about Assemble for CADWorx, please click here.


Federated Grouping

Now, when grouping the Grid by a property that does not exist in at least one visible model, or does not exist in any visible model, grouping row header will be "Not Applicable" for all objects within that model.


Also, when editing a grouping, Assemble will show you a warning if a property does not exist in at least one visible model.


To learn more about grouping the Grid by different properties, please click here. For more information about Tolerant Grouping, click here.

Automated Publisher for Revit

Now you are able to publish multiple Revit models to Assemble at the same time without even opening Revit. For more information about Automated Publisher for Revit, please reach out to Assemble Support team at

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