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The LITE  versions have no expiry date but are limited in functionality. See below for a feature comparison between the LITE Version and the PRO Version


more door actions
more features

Purchase the Full Featured Door Factory 2017 and get the previous 2016 & 2015 versions for free

2017 version
available now

Upgrade to the Door Factory 2017 if you have any previous version.

New Features

See below for a full list of features or click here for more information about the new features

Door Factory 2017 is compatible with all versions of Revit 2017 (excluding Revit LT). The previous versions of the Door Factory can be installed on Revit 2016 & 2015. If you require earlier versions then these, please contact us.


  • The Door Factory not only simplifies the creation of doors, it creates doors that are incredibly easy to use.
  • Any Revit user, from novice to expert, can create the doors they need quickly and easily.
  • Save time by creating doors as and when you need them, allowing you to stay focused on your design.
  • Achieve consistency for all the doors in your project.



Door Factory PRO Standalone Licenses
up to 40 Users

Site Network Licenses
available for 20+ users
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First License $350

2nd to 20th
21st to 40th
40+ Licenses
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New in 2017


Free LITE Version PRO Version
Users can now create sub-directories within the Panel and User component directory and they will show in the relevant tabs (to allow for easier navigation and order during component selection)
  Identity Data
Assembly Codes and Keynotes can now be inputted within the Door Factory
  Panel to Jamb/ Panel to Wall Gaps
Door Factory now allows negative values for these gaps allowing for pocket sliders to pocket into its closing jamb

New in 2016


Free LITE Version PRO Version
  Default Door Orientation
Users can select the default orientation of the door in relation to its insertion size to follow IFC standards
  Trim Base Offsets
Trims can now be offset from the base of the door, allowing for floor finishes to continue under them.
  Offset Hinges
Single and double swing hinge doors can now have symbolic offset hinges (represented in the symbolic plan swing). 
  Panel Protrusion into Opening
"Panel Protrusion into Opening" parameter value (for sliding doors) is now editable from within the Door Factory Panel Tab.

  User Component Parameters
Additional parameters are now linked through to the final door, allowing even more versatility within the parametric components.

New in 2015


Free LITE Version PRO Version
  Parameter Mapping
The Door Factory shared parameter names can now be changed to comply with any shared parameter standard you choose.
  Wrapping Jambs
All doors can now be created with jambs that wrap the wall (typically used for metal profiled jambs).
  Specify different panels for Double Doors
All double doors can now have different panels and handles to each leaf.
  New Multi Pocket Slider action added
with a user-adjustable "No. of Panels" parameter.

  Clear Opening Width
Single and Double swing doors calculate their clear opening width as a shared parameter.
  Default Naming
Setup rules for default names based on selections. This default pre-populates the name of the door in the Name tab.
  Expanded Parameter Default Values
Set different Panel Tolerances for either side of the door within the Default Values to allow for further accuracy within the door creation.

Available in all versions

** not available pre 2014



Free LITE Version PRO Version
  Create Standard Doors & Curtain Panel Doors
  Metric and Imperial default settings.
  Add your own panels, handles and trim profiles; giving you unlimited combinations.
  Edit and Save default values and settings for all doors including jamb, panel & trim dimensions, handle offsets and tolerances.
  Elevation Swing indicators points to hinge or to handle to suit international graphic standards.
  All Doors have built in Wall Alignment parameters that allow you to position the door within the wall. Align the Jamb (and or Panel where relevant) to the centre of the wall, exterior face or interior face. You can also create + or – offsets from these alignments.
  Consistent and Logical naming of all parameters in all doors created: Instance, Type & Family Wide parameters are formatted logically and hierarchically so they are easy to use on a day to day basis.
  Doors have an appropriate level of detail allowing for fast manipulation of doors and a manageable parameter list.
  ** The symbolic linework for the panel within plan views is on its own sub category allowing the panel to be shown differently than the swing.
  Curtain Panel Doors "look & feel" the same as Standard Doors
  Curtain Panel Doors report the correct parameters required for scheduling with Standard Doors.
  ** A Release License button allows the license to be moved to another PC.


Door Actions

  Create doors with the following Actions:    
    Single Swing
    Single Swing 2 way
    Double Swing
    Double Swing 2 way
    Single Pivot
    Double Pivot
    Surface Sliders (5 panel combinations including multi-slider)  
    Pocket Sliders (4 panel combinations)  
    Reverse Sliders (2 panel combinations)  
    Bi-Folds (14 panel combinations including multi-panel)  
    Contained Sliders (3 panel combinations including multi-panel)  
    Hatch and Double Hatch (with jambs to all 4 sides)
    ** Inter-connecting door (i.e. used for interconnecting hotel rooms)
  Plan swing can be shown as curved (arc) or straight.
  Adjustable swing angles (Instanced based).
  Different swing angles for double door secondary panels (Instance based).
  2 way swing doors can be shown with opposing swings (Type based).
  Symbolic plan pivot offsets to pivot doors so the door pivot is readable at typical plan scales (Instance based).
Hover over pivot doors to see the real swing extent.

  Adjustable fold angles for Bi-fold doors symbolic plan (Instanced based).
  Symbolic plan layback to Bi-fold doors with two panel leaf combination to one side (Instance based).

  Adjustable open % for sliding doors symbolic plan (Instanced based).  
  Plan arrow offsets for sliding doors symbolic plans to avoid conflict with adjacent modelled components or linework.  


  Create doors with the following Jamb profiles (depending on the door action):    
     Hidden Jamb (behind door panel)
     No Jamb
  Jamb offsets from wall alignment (positive and negative values allowed).
  Preset Jamb Width or set to Match Wall Width.
  Preset the Head Jamb Width or set to Match the Side Jamb Width.
  Preset the Doorstop Depth on Stopjamb doors or set it so it is centred on the Jamb.
  Curtain Panel Doors have a Wall Width parameter that can be specified to emulate the standard door Match Wall Width functionality.
  Wall Closures are configured to the Jamb faces.


  Choose a door panel from the Panel Library
Panels include: Glass, Glass framed, Glass framed with transom, Glass with patches, Glass with rails, Glass with side patches, Solid, Solid horizontal panels x3, Solid horizontal panels x4, Solid panelled x4, Solid with kickplate, Vision panel, Vision panel round, Vision panel with kickplate.
  Create your own panels and add them to the panel library.
  Specify panel specific parameters such as thickness, rail widths, vision panel set-outs etc.
  Specify panel materials including different finish materials on either side (if applicable). Materials added to the panel components get linked through to the final door family.


  Choose both interior and exterior handles from the Handle Library
Handles included: Digital lock, flush pull round edge, Flush pull square edge, Lever round, Lever square, Rectangular bar 1000mm long, Round bar 1000mm long, Round "D" 500mm long, Slider pull external, Slider pull internal, Round Knob (and imperial equivalents).
  Create your own handles and add them to the handle library.
  Can specify different handles on either side at different heights and offsets from the panel edge.
  Instance parameters to Show & Hide handles.


  Create doors with the following Trim Profiles:
    Custom Profiles (7 profiles included)

  Create your own custom trim profiles and add them to the trim library.
  Specify different trims to interior & exterior sides.
  Specify different materials for each trim (Instance Based).
  Instance parameters to Show or Hide trims on interior & exterior sides.

User Components

  Add up to 2 User Components that flex with the Panel height, Rough Opening size, wall faces, panel faces & jamb faces. User components include: timber sills, sliding door pelmets, over panels, decorative mouldings, garage door sectional details.

  Add user components to Standard doors & Curtain panel doors.
  Create your own user components and add them to the User Component library.

  Materials added to the user components get linked through to the final door family.  

Identity Data

  Specify values for the standard Revit door identity data (Wall closures, Construction, Type comments, Manufacturer, Fire Rating and Keynote etc).

  Use Revit's Project Parameters to add your own shared parameters.

Family Naming and Types

  Summary guide lists all choices made above to help you specify a relevant Family and Type name
  Create families with multiple types.

Technical Information

Door Factory 1 - FAQ's

Refer to the FAQ section of the Forum for frequently asked questions and answers regarding RevitWorks Door Factory.
Download a summary in PDF

Door Factory 2 - On-Line Help System

Detailed information on the features and settings available on each tab of the Door Factory.
User Components
Name & Create
Glossary of Terms

Door Factory 3 - Door Family Specifications

Technical Information including Object Styles, Detail Level visibility, Shared Parameter usage and Parameter lists

Door Factory 4 - Configure for Multiple Users

The RevitWorks Door Factory has some components and settings that can be centralised to allow for the following:
  • Multiple users can access the same components (Panels, handles etc).
  • Shared Parameter mapping settings can be setup and maintained throughout the company without having to continually change each users settings.
  • These "customisable" components and settings etc can be part of the company servers backup routine.

Door Factory 5 - Revit 2015 Door Factory display requirements

The RevitWorks Door Factory 2015 requires the Microsoft Windows display font sizes to be set to certain standard sizes to display properly. (this has been fixed for later versions of the Door Factory)
Door Factory_Display_Requirements.pdf

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