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    IFC4 export options

    Hi, i want to export data using IFC. Revit is IFC4 compatible for some time now according to some documents.
    How is it that i can't see this in the export options list. In release 2016 this is exactly the same as 2014 and 2015

    What is the 'version 4' part in it? Any experience that 2016 gives better ifc output than 2014?
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    #2
    Download and use the "Alternate UI" (produces by Autodesk) downloadable from the App Store:

    https://apps.autodesk.com/RVT/en/Det...en&os=Win32_64

    It replaces the OOTB one: IFC updates are controlled with this, instead of with Revit updates
    Alex Page
    RevitWorks Ltd
    Check out our Door Factory, the door maker add-in for Revit

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      #3
      I downloaded it and noticed the export options are very different now.
      However, if i exported a model containing rebar as ifc with a view different setting and somehow the rebar element are not coming through in the ifc textfile as result. What options control this? thanks.

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        #4
        Is "Structural Rebar" is actually getting exported in your IFC Settings?:
        ifc options.png
        Alex Page
        RevitWorks Ltd
        Check out our Door Factory, the door maker add-in for Revit

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          #5
          Strctural fabric reinforcement IfcReinforcementMesh
          Boundary IfcReinforcementMesh
          Fabric wire IfcReinforcementMesh
          ..
          Structural path reinforcement IfcReinforcingBar
          Boundary IfcReinforcingBar
          ..
          Stuctural Rebar IfcReinforcingMesh
          Hidden Lines IfcReinforcingMesh

          blabla .. the defaults ..

          Any checkboxes here that 'has left the building'.. ?
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          Last edited by HansLammerts; January 23, 2017, 11:13 PM.

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