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Revit Architecture includes an extensive library of generic parametric components. Because Revit components are parametric by nature, the library doesn't have to include a representation of every single size or type of component - the library elements are preprogrammed to size accordingly.
The component libraries created by Autodesk for Revit Architecture are generic. They don't describe specific manufacturers' components and, therefore, have no specific product information such as model number.
User generated. Revit Architecture users can create their own content using the parametric family templates that come with the software. Users also can draw on content generated by colleagues or from user community Web sites. However, there's no guarantee that the component definition is accurate.
Commercial sites. Users can download content from commercial sites such as BIMWorld, which develop both generic as well as manufacturer-specific BIM content. In general, downloads from these sites are free for users because the content is paid for by building product manufacturers who contract with the site to develop BIM libraries of their products.
Manufacturer sites. Content developed and distributed directly by manufacturers is the most reliable way to get manufacturer-specific product data. In fact, many manufacturers already provide CAD representations of their products that designers can use in CAD applications. Similarly, BIM representations of those products are starting to be offered.