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fatet
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Exporting from REVIT to DWG issue

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04-21-2013 06:45 AM

Hi,

I've got a problem and i hope that someone will have a sollution for it. When i export a sheet from revit to a dwg format  some of the elements are exported as block while others as normal lines ( for example. one column is exploded and others are blocks). Why does this happen and what can i do to change it in a way so that every element is exported as lines (exploded)?

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kathryn.langan
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Re: Exporting from REVIT to DWG issue

04-25-2013 05:10 AM in reply to: fatet

When exporting a 2D view, all of the columns should be exported as blocks. You could do a QSelect in AutoCAD after to select all of the block entities at once and explode them but unfortunately it is not possible to modify that in Revit before exporting.



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fatet
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Re: Exporting from REVIT to DWG issue

05-06-2013 12:33 AM in reply to: kathryn.langan

Ok i've found the solution to my problem after all.
You can modify that by checking 1 option in the family category and parameters, namely: always export as geometry. And that does the trick. After that , the family you check that option in will export as exploded.

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becdecicco
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Re: Exporting from REVIT to DWG issue

06-03-2014 07:15 AM in reply to: fatet

Can you be more clear? I am having issues with Exporting a Structural floor plan from Revit (Same Universal column families with different sizes). Some come into Cad as blocks, others as lines!! There doesnt seem to be a logical answer....

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