How to license Victaulic Tools for Revit?

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How to license Victaulic Tools for Revit?

Updated on February 8, 2018
Originally Posted on March 15, 2016

There has been so much progress in the last few months on Victaulic Tools for Revit®  that I thought our customers and potential customers would appreciate an update on how to try for free and/or buy Victaulic Tools for Revit.

In our previous video our resident Revit® guru, Ralph Schoch, explains in detail how to use our Key Code registration process for licensing Victaulic Tools for Revit.  While we still leave this option open for customers, we’ve found far more success and overall customer satisfaction with our Victaulic software shopping cart and web licensing system.  With a familiar interface, a customer can purchase Victaulic Tools for Revit licenses for exactly which version of Revit they are using.  While our Key Code system provides a license that is attached to a specific PC, our Web Licensing system lets the Victaulic Tools for Revit license travel with the user.

In the video below, I explain from start to finish how to download a free trial version of Victaulic Tools for Revit, purchase, and register our software.  Then, I show how to transfer your Victaulic Tools for Revit license to another computer.

 

Receive over 100 Victaulic Revit content families for free, along with continual product updates when you download your free Victaulic Tools for Revit trial, here.

Or skip the free Victaulic Tools for Revit trial and purchase the software by version, here.

 

 

 

Ralph Schoch

Ralph is the Revit, Technology, and Internal Support Manager and a 20-year veteran with the Virtual Design and Construction (VDC) team at Victaulic. For 16 years Ralph has been developing 3D piping system layouts. His interest in 3D modeling led him to begin developing for Revit in 2009. Ralph leads a team of people developing Revit families that allow engineers and contractors to design piping systems within Revit using Victaulic products. These families have been used around the world from engineering to construction with full fabrication from the Revit model. In addition to Revit, Ralph has experience in Navisworks, Fabrication CADmep, Inventor, Solidworks, and Bentley Autoplant. He is a board member for the Lehigh Valley BIM Professionals Group and is a member of Autodesk Developers Network and Professional Member of AUGI. Ralph holds an Associate’s Degree in Mechanical Drafting and Design.