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Mon, Apr 4, 2005 at 4:45:15 PM | REVIT and 3ds MAX

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As far as I can tell, the best I can do is export a DWG or DXF out to 3ds Max - Unfortunately what I get isn't objects with materials and texture maps, but a whole lot of planes for each object, and an hour of grouping, texture mapping, etc. It wouldn't be so bad if I only had to go one way, once, but I want to go between CD documents, and 3d rendering often. I'm not looking forward to using AccuRender after 8 years of 3ds Max Any alternatives? Even a simple plug-in to export the Revit model to the old "3ds" format the way ArchiCAD does.

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