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Tue, Apr 28, 2009 at 2:51:45 PM | Printing in Revit

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Runyank


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Hey guys,

The firm I work for just recently started issuing construction documents all in Revit.  I seem to be having some troubles in the printing department.  Basically, I will print my stuff out using the batch DWF 2D print, then convert them PDF format.  Well the DWF's look great (lineweights, etc), but when I convert them, all my lineweights seem to be really light and almost half toned in PDF.  I'm not sure what is going wrong with this, also, is there a way I can do a batch print to PDF?  The only way I see now is printing each sheet to PDF individually (which takes forever).

 


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Tue, Apr 28, 2009 at 3:19:13 PM | Printing in Revit

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Why are you doing that?

We use cute pdf (free) and you can click on the checkbox to print all the sheets to one file ... done... or to seperate files if you want them. 

 

In addition  - Both 2009 and 2010 have a batch plot extension available from AutoDESK


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Tue, Apr 28, 2009 at 3:50:38 PM | Printing in Revit

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Like I said, fairly new to doing construction documents in Revit, usually we would upload PDF's created from AutoCAD, and attach our model to the same upload.  Your way sounds much easier though, thanks for the input.

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