LinkCAD: Convert and View DXF, gdsii, Gerber, CIF

Reply With" December 16th, 2015, 02:39 PM #9 I disagree with that. Cleaning up the imported object styles seems to be perfectly fine too, there is no need to copy and paste geometry at all. It's very complex, detailed, and actually very clean. Hide or, delete to make the layer invisible.

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March 27th, 2015, 12:52 AM #1, for some reason, my "Place At" box is greyed out. But there is little to no cleaning/erasing and definitely no remodeling because this is a consultants 3D model which was made in CAD.

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Reply With", march 27th, 2015, 01:44 AM #2, you probably have Current View Only checked, which won't link it in to the model so it doesn't need a work plane. Otherwise only certain things display on screen. 5- Save A Copy : Keep the original DWG file just in case.

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Using CVO, each Level "is" the DWG. Welcome to RFo, by the way. Now that your DWG file is ready, you can bring it to Revit.

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DXF, Gerber, rS-274X, gdsii, CIF, PostScript, IE3D and other formats? Link the Revit model into your current model, and Custom By View to control what is shown.

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The same applies to linked Revit files that are bound into the model. 3- Run "Setbylayer" : All lines settings should be set to layers, ignoring any color, linetype or lineweight overrides. And since MEP routing from an engineer is usually schematic, the "exact" locations are usually rerouted to better fit a true construction install so it'll get moved anyways. Importing is a one-way method where the drawings will be sent from autocad and won't automatically change in revit if there were any changes in the autocad file.