Excitech from UK has just released their Revit Toolkit in which contains a very useful Coordinate Scheduling tool.
Quote from Excitech Press Release:
“The first part of the Revit Toolkit is the Coordinate Scheduling tool which is FREE and available worldwide.
The FREE Excitech Revit Coordinate Scheduling tool is a powerful enhancement for Revit Architecture, Revit Structure and Revit MEP that will enable users to automatically acquire precise X, Y and Z coordinates from specific Revit objects. This allows users to more rapidly produce schedules of, for example, piling and services; as well as to publish coordinates for complex geometry across 3D space.
The Revit Coordination Scheduling tool is currently only available for the Revit 2010 platform and 32-bit operating systems, and is compatible with Microsoft Windows XP and Vista. A 64-bit version will follow shortly.”
For more information and support on the Excitech Revit Toolkit, go to www.excitech.com/toolkit