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MagiCAD Group releases MagiCAD 2025 – Innovative features for MEP design

11.06.2024

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MagiCAD Group has released MagiCAD 2025 for Revit, AutoCAD, and BricsCAD. The new version offers new and improved features and supports for the latest technologies used in Autodesk platforms.


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MagiCAD for CAD software (AutoCAD and BricsCAD) – New Features
Jun 20, 2024 1:00 – 1:30 PM EEST

MagiCAD 2025 for Revit – New Features
Jun 20, 2024 2:00 – 2:30 PM EEST


MagiCAD 2025, the latest version of the leading MEP design software, brings another set of new and improved features for MEP designers.

Among the highlights in MagiCAD 2025 is calculation of dry sprinkler systems on all supported platforms, enabling design of sprinkler systems which are partly exposed to colder conditions. Additionally, Revit users will benefit from easier space creation when starting a project, a handy component sizing feature for piping systems, and the possibility to add system classification codes for electrical systems. For AutoCAD and BricsCAD users, the new version enables the import of lighting designs from DIALux evo, and provides improved functions for busbar trunking and bus system handling.

MagiCAD 2025 also introduces an improved automatic underfloor heating layout function in AutoCAD and BricsCAD. This provides designers a first concrete example of the potential benefits of machine learning in MEP design. The feature takes into account different room shapes, cold walls, and possible obstacles and proposes optimized layout solutions.

MagiCAD 2025 has been updated to support the latest .NET technology that is in use in design platforms.

Discover all the new features in MagiCAD 2025.

NOTE: MagiCAD 2025 for Revit 2025 does not include Schneider electrical calculations and the Supports & Hangers module. They are available only for Revit 2023.1 and Revit 2024. This is due to .NET framework version changes in Autodesk Revit 2025. Revit 2025 support for both functionalities is scheduled to be added in the next release of MagiCAD.