Work with CAD models from others in Revit

by Paul F. Aubin, at Paul F. Aubin Consulting Services on June 24, 2019

While working in Revit, it's common for you to access information from other programs such as AutoCAD. However, working with standard details are not the only time it becomes useful to work with CAD files in Revit. In part 6 of our 7-part series, we'll take teach you how Revit makes it easy to collaborate between other disciplines and software platforms. 



What You'll Learn 

  • Link a CAD file 
  • Create a sheet 
  • How to export a CAD file


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