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Thu, Apr 18, 2019 at 8:53:24 AM | Revit / 3DS Max workflow

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Hi all, I was wondering it is possible to successfully model between both revit and max. I have noticed max is better for some things like site modelling (kerbs and roads) and it has a bit more flexibility than revit. I was wondering if there is a way to transfer my file between the two programs, working back and forth, utilising both their strengths. Can parts that are modelled in max be edited in revit? Thanks, Phillipe

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