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    Revit to IFC

    Hi,

    There has been several problems with the Revit IFC export where some of the objects got moved to the project origin point. Some of them got fixed with "IFC Exporter for Revit 2012 v1.0.4" However, components like stacked walls and curtain walls still get moved to project origin when viewed in other party software like IFC model viewer. The only sollution Iv'e found is to drop the export of these types of walls. This is not a good sollution for us.

    Does anyone have an answer to this problem?

    Best regards,
    -Andrèutsnitt.PNG

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    Revit IFC problems

    Andrè, we have written an IFC importer for sketchup and as such we have first hand knowledge of the problems Revit IFC exporter creates. We would be able to analyse your export and suggest why you are experiencing problems. Of the top of my head it sounds like your Revit file may well be referencing external files or are all your objects created natively in Revit? Get in touch either through this forum or contact me through my website (www.deliverysimulation.com)



    Originally posted by andreakset View Post
    Hi,

    There has been several problems with the Revit IFC export where some of the objects got moved to the project origin point. Some of them got fixed with "IFC Exporter for Revit 2012 v1.0.4" However, components like stacked walls and curtain walls still get moved to project origin when viewed in other party software like IFC model viewer. The only sollution Iv'e found is to drop the export of these types of walls. This is not a good sollution for us.

    Does anyone have an answer to this problem?

    Best regards,
    -Andrè[ATTACH=CONFIG]6889[/ATTACH]

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      Hi Andre. Have you found a solution to this?

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