What are the restrictions on the usage of Revit families?

Our goal is to allow you the most possible flexibility in using purchased products while protecting the interests of the product’s creator and the product's future sales. Accordingly, when you are publishing, selling, or otherwise distributing your final product, you cannot distribute the purchased model in a file format that is usable by any 3D or CAD application. For example, a print or visualization using a purchased product does not distribute the underlying files, so this is an allowed usage. However, you cannot publish or distribute a finished scene that includes other people's models and families. A Revit scene that uses purchased models or families can be provided to a client as part of a job, as long as the client does not distribute the scene beyond the company.

Once you have purchased a product, you can use it as many times as you like in as many projects as you like.

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