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    best way to impost high quality furniture to revit

    HI everyone,

    ive faced difficulties designing revit families for interior parts and i would like to import families from other softwares like 3ds max n fbx files ect.. insted of designing them as families.
    since im focusing on architectural part i think i dont need to design each furniture in revit better to just download n import from 3ds max for example

    so what is the better way ti import high quality furniture in revit so far???!

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    Using imported geometry (Max via DWG, SAT, SKP, DWG) is going to cause performance issues and instability in Revit. Its a bad idea.

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    thanks for replying @Twiceroadsfool

    then what is then best solution for interior objects?!!
    i know some websites to download families like
    1. revitcity
    2. bimobject
    but thier library is not huge!!
    tq
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    The solution is to model, and build yourself a library. Same.way you would in 3dsmax.... Just not in 3dsmax.

    Sent from my Phablet. Please excuse typos... and bad ideas.

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