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Import 3D AutoCAD model into Revit

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09-19-2013 03:40 AM

i have a 3d model created in autocad , i am trying to import it to revit , as you know it comes in as a block i need it to come in or be converted to a normal version so things can be selected indivdualy.


can anyone think of a solution ??? 



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Re: Import 3D AutoCAD model into Revit

09-19-2013 06:12 AM in reply to: deanmcminn101

Hi Dean! Welcome to the Discussion Groups!


I do not believe that there is any way to directly convert AutoCAD object into Revit elements - basically, you can link it into a Revit Project and use it as a guide to create the Revit Model.

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Re: Import 3D AutoCAD model into Revit

09-20-2013 02:02 AM in reply to: deanmcminn101



You can file AutoCAD 3D As Mass Model Import In the Revit.


The following method:


1-Open the Metric Mass Template.

2-Insert CAD Formate in the Metric Mass Space.

3-Open the Project Template.

4-Return to the environment Metric Mass(CTRL+TAB).

5-Click on the LOAD INTO PROJECT Bottom.(FileAutoCAD As File Mass Import The project is.)

6-Now  You can the tools Such as Pick Wall By Face or Pick Roof Roof By  face It the file Revit Conversion To.

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