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Import Inventor 3D models into Revit.

A - answer There are several ways to transfer 3D models of parts and assemblies from Inventor to Revit. Besides the DWG format (exporting 3D model from Inventor, opening it in Revit), the ideal format for this conversion is the file exchange format ADSK (Autodesk Exchange, available since version 2010).

You can export .adsk files from Inventor with AEC Exchange (IPT,IAM). The resulting .adsk files can be imported in Revit using R > File > Open > Building Component and saves as RVT files.

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See also:
Tip 12184:Overview of CAD formats supported in Inventor 2020 (import/export/AnyCAD).
Tip 10204:How to attach an .AdskLib material library in AutoCAD?
Tip 6633:What is the .ADSK file format used in Inventor or Revit?
Tip 4614:How to publish DWF from SolidWorks, Pro/ENGINEER, SolidEdge or CATIA?
Tip 4497:How to set RAL or Pantone color hue in Inventor?

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