Helix Roadmap | AutoCAD ⇌ Revit


Features & Ideas

We’d like to share with everyone the more common feature requests that are now logged in our backlog. Please let us know if there are features you’d like to see in this outline. Also, if you see a feature you feel strongly about, let us know so we can prioritize it more.


:white_check_mark: [x.x.x.x] feature completed and deployed with version number
:building_construction: we’re working on this feature now (soon to be released)
:clock3: planned features that we will work on after the next release

DWG ➔ Revit

Helix - Acad to Rvt

BIM Elements

  • :white_check_mark: [2.2.4] Plumbing Pipes from DWG Revit Link (alpha)
  • :white_check_mark: [2.4.0] Plumbing Pipes (improved)
  • :white_check_mark: [2.5.0] Room Separation Lines
  • :white_check_mark: [2.5.0] Walls
  • :white_check_mark: [2.5.0] Railings
  • :white_check_mark: [2.7.0] Windows
  • :white_check_mark: [2.7.0] Doors
  • Floors
  • Roofs
  • Ceilings
  • Structural Grids
  • Structural Framing
  • Topography


  • AutoCAD Civil 3D Topo Mesh Support


  • :white_check_mark: [2.5.0] Detect centerlines from double walls
  • :white_check_mark: [2.7.0] Detect doors & windows in walls and heal walls from 2d floor plan
  • :white_check_mark: [2.7.0] Place doors and windows in walls
  • :building_construction: Map detected wall widths to specified wall type
  • :building_construction: Map detected door & window widths to closest type size
  • Map detected door & window widths to instance parameters
  • Map Generic Block to Family
  • Map doors and windows without needing a cad block
  • Work with multiple selected files at the same time
  • Automatically adjust “element is slightly off axis” angles using a tolerance


  • Optimize speed for centerline detection


  • Convert Details to Revit Drafting Views
    • Line Mapping with Revit Lines & Line Patterns
    • Hatch Mapping with Filled Regions

Hi Ben,

Really interested in seeing where this tool goes, our company has some dynamo scripts that create a bi-directional flow between AutoCAD and Revit for our MEP schematics, would you be interested in a discussion around this and we could feed-back what might be useful from an MEP perspective?

@nico.brown definitely! I’ll send you a DM with my email.

Also, welcome to the forum!