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Can I import AutoCAD DWG models into Revit?

A - answer Yes, 3D models from AutoCAD (DWG) can be directly imported into Revit - both solid models and surface (mesh) models.
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17.6.2011    4736×  
applies to: AutoCAD · Revit ·

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