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How to convert an AutoCAD Architecture model to 3D solids?

A - answer You can process and export your DWG drawing for plain AutoCAD using the export functionality in Architecture. But you can also perform conversion of the 3D model (or the individual objects) with the AecConvertTo3DSolids command. This function is also available in the Tools catalog.
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