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Thu, Apr 23, 2009 at 12:07:44 AM | Pro-E to Revit 2010???

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I have a client that I am working with on a current project that works with Pro-E only.  My firm uses Revit ( structure & MEP 2010), my question is there a file format that will be compatable with Revit coming from Pro-E?  I am not looking for any information stored in the Pro-E model, basically a large block would work for what I need.  Thanks


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Tue, Apr 28, 2009 at 4:41:11 PM | Pro-E to Revit 2010???

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Well after a week of searching for an answer I have come up empty handed.  But I think I may have found a solution, does anyone here know if there is a way to take a file from 3ds Max and bring it into Revit?  I found a file type that will work in 3ds Max from Pro-E, but now I need to get it from 3ds Max into Revit...

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Tue, Apr 28, 2009 at 4:48:08 PM | Pro-E to Revit 2010???

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I thought Pro-E supported IFC? If not it should or else your going to have to export from max to dwg

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Tue, Apr 28, 2009 at 5:14:30 PM | Pro-E to Revit 2010???

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My client never mentioned the IFC file type, the file types that I was told they could export as were, SET, STEP, AI, CGM, IGES, VDA, STL, VRML, and ACIS.  There may be more file types out there.  I don't know a whole lot about Pro-E, this was just what I was given...

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Mon, Nov 30, 2009 at 6:13:01 PM | Pro-E to Revit 2010???

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Please let me know if you found an anser to this. I also looking into exporting from Pro/Engineer to Revit. What format do you Revit guys can import as far as neutral files? IGES, SAT/ACIS, NEU, X_T? We can't export in 3D DWG.

 


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Mon, Nov 30, 2009 at 6:35:28 PM | Pro-E to Revit 2010???

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ACIS SAT files are available for import using Revit

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Mon, Nov 30, 2009 at 6:59:14 PM | Pro-E to Revit 2010???

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Did anybody actually tried to import an SAT file into Revit. I want to find the "right" way to export 3D models from Pro/Engineer to Revit BIM 2009/2010.

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