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dmcymek
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Convert .RFA file to .DWG to use in AutoCAD without Revit

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03-16-2011 06:59 AM

Does AutoCAD 2011 have the capability to open/save/convert a Revit file (.RFA) to be used in AutoCAD without using Revit?  I draw with AutoCAD and would like to utilize the companies on the internet that are issuing their HVAC equipment in Revit files; however, I do not want to purchase Revit just for this application.

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pendean
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Re: Convert .RFA file to .DWG to use in AutoCAD without Revit

03-16-2011 07:04 AM in reply to: dmcymek

No, you need REVIT.

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bhabdi
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Re: Convert .RFA file to .DWG to use in AutoCAD without Revit

03-25-2012 02:45 AM in reply to: dmcymek

Unfortunately I have the same problem, I Only have AutoCad MEP 2011 and I want to use HVAC equipmens rvt and rfa files in manufacturer websites. But I can not convert them,

Hope it was a way.

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Re: Convert .RFA file to .DWG to use in AutoCAD without Revit

03-20-2013 10:56 PM in reply to: dmcymek
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Re: Convert .RFA file to .DWG to use in AutoCAD without Revit

05-28-2014 01:26 PM in reply to: dmcymek

Autodesk sucks hard

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justshutup
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Re: Convert .RFA file to .DWG to use in AutoCAD without Revit

05-29-2014 03:46 PM in reply to: RealRqtect

RealRqtect wrote:

Autodesk sucks hard


I bet you're the type that complains that you can't get orange juice out of an apple.  You are demonstrating your ignorance of the topic with comments like that.  

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