BIMIT is self-service BIM production that allows you to convert your registered point cloud into an accurate BIM in a few simple steps.
BIMIT is for people who have a registered point cloud and are looking to convert that into an accurate building information model (BIM) and/or floor plans.
Now, any architect, engineer, reality capture specialist, or simply anyone with a 3D scan app on their phone can drag-and-drop their registered point cloud file—and kick-off the ordering process to get your LOD 200 BIM in Revit and CAD formats.
All BIMIT orders include the following file types by default: RVT 2020, DWG, RCS
The BIMIT File is expected to consistently achieve the following production processing times (in hours). These hourly ranges start upon the time of receipt of the registered point cloud.
(1-1000 Square feet) - 48 - 72 Hours
(1K - 5K Square feet) - 72 - 96 Hours
(5K - 10K Square feet) - 72 - 120 Hours
(10K - 25K Square feet) - 96 - 120 Hours
(25K - 50K Square feet) - 120 - 240 Hours
(50K - 75K Square feet) - 168 - 264 Hours
(75K - 100K Square feet) - 192 - 312 Hours
Final deliverables will be delivered via email to the email address input during payment.
Architecture is a required scope. Optional scopes are MEP (Mechanical, electrical, plumbing) and Furniture
Want to see what are you getting modeled? See Attached Product Level of Development Document
In case you need to modify your order you can send us an email to
Note: You can cancel your order within 1-Hour to get a Full Refund
Architecture scope is always required for all of the orders.
Enter BIMIT order page. Upload cloud. Select scopes if applicable. Enter estimated square footage. Proceed to payment for deposit. You will receive an order confirmation email.
Office, commercial/retail, hotel, hospital, residential (single and multi), industrial/warehouse, data center, historical buildings or sites (require require special consideration).
BIMIT final deliverables are “true-to-scan” and rely on the accuracy of the point cloud generated from the scan device. We recommend using best scan practices in order to get the most out of your point cloud.
We can Receive files of up to 5gb on our server, in case you have a bigger file you can copy and paste a Google Drive or Dropbbox link into our upload card.
No. All BIMIT orders include a package set of files. We currently do not offer the ability to only order CADs without the BIM.
RCS, XYZ, E57, LAZ, PTS Are accepted File formats
To open up a RVT 2020, you’ll need Autodesk Revit 2020 or higher.
No. All point cloud files must be registered and fully aligned before submitting for BIMIT.
We accept payments via Stripe, which supports a variety of payment methods including major credit and debit cards (Visa, Mastercard, American Express), digital wallets (Apple Pay, Google Pay), and bank transfers (ACH, SEPA). Stripe provides a secure and reliable payment processing platform for our customers, ensuring that their transactions are processed safely and efficiently.
You will be charged 50% of the total order once your order is placed, once your order is processed we will charge the remaining balance.
We have established a one-hour cancellation frame once the order is placed.
If your order is cancelled within the cancellation time you will receive a full refund.
To cancel your order, you need to access your BIMIT order confirmation email and click on the cancellation button.
If your order is cancelled within the (1) hour cancellation window, we will refund your full deposit to the bank account provided when the order was submitted.
In case you need any help, contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org
Bimit submits refunds to your bank immediately. Depending on the bank's processing time, it can take anywhere from 5-10 business days to show up on your end.
A point Cloud is a set of data points in space. The points may represent a 3D shape or object. Each point position has its set of Cartesian coordinates (X, Y, Z). Point clouds are generally produced by 3D scanners or by photogrammetry software, which measure many points on the external surfaces of objects around them.
The term computer aided design (CAD) refers to the use of computers to create graphical representations of physical objects to assist in the design process. It can also refer to the use of computers to prepare presentational images or to prepare production information enabling objects to be manufactured, although sometimes this is referred to as computer aided drafting as it does not necessarily involve designing. In combination, these processes may be referred to as computer-aided design and drafting (CADD).
CAD can be used to create 2D or 3D representations, and can also be used to generate animations and other presentational material. It may allow the addition of supplementary information such as dimensions, descriptions of components, references to specifications and so on.
Building information modeling (BIM) is a process supported by various tools, technologies and contracts involving the generation and management of digital representations of physical and functional characteristics of places. Building information models (BIMs) are computer files (often but not always in proprietary formats and containing proprietary data) which can be extracted, exchanged or networked to support decision-making regarding a built asset.