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Thick lines in DWG imported into Revit.

A - answer If the AutoCAD drawing you have imported to Revit displays with too thick lines, check the line thickness settings and the overall scale (units) - your imported scene may be too small.
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21.4.2006    8504×  
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applies to: Revit ·

See also:
Tip 11505:Get name of the original Revit BIM model from DWG files in AutoCAD.
Tip 11502:How to detect DWG files created as an export from Autodesk Revit?
Tip 10905:Is there a command similar to Revit's "Create Similar" in AutoCAD?
Tip 10903:How to import an Illustrator file (.AI) into AutoCAD (.DWG)?
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