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mike29787
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Importing Architectural 3D

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11-19-2012 05:37 AM

I am working with an architect that is using AutoCad Architectural Desktop, they have created there building model however when I link the cad file into revit all or most of the 3D from the architectural file goes flat? is there a way to import a architectural cad file and keep all the 3D components, I am not woried about them being "intelligent" just need the graphical representation. Thanks.

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Re: Importing Architectural 3D

11-19-2012 06:00 AM in reply to: mike29787

I would think that the 3D aspect of the DWG link would be retained in Revit. Have you tried exploding the walls prior to importing to see if that makes a difference? If not, would you be able to post a tiny sample of the DWG file, consisting of a single 3D wall?

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