Today we are pleased to release a public beta of HatchKit 2014 for all interested to try and perhaps comment while we ready final release versions.
HatchKit 2014 Beta will work alongside existing HatchKit installations.
HatchKit 2014 Beta works as a standalone application or will integrate with the HatchKit Add-In for Revit that is available from the Revit store at Autodesk Exchange.
The HatchKit Add-in for Revit allows large patterns exceeding the constraints on scale imposed by Revit's pattern import wizard to be loaded. HatchKit 2014 and the HatchKit Add-In for Revit work together to allow building a hatch pattern template (the entities repeated to for a pattern) within Revit, manage its passage to HatchKit for pattern arrangement and generation and, on return, bring the finished pattern into Revit for immediate use within the current project.