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    Default import IFC into AutoCAD

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    I'm accutaly using Civil3D but i get the feeling the Import / Export function for IFC is the same as in ACA. What i am experiencing is that IFC import will turn solids into mass elements. Is there a simple way to convert these back to solids?


    Or..


    What (dis)advantages has a mass element as to a Solid?


    I'm trying to figure out (better) ways to work with IFC in a AutoCAD enviroment.


    ..O yeah.. btw. How does BricsCAD convert IFC?


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    Got it..
    https://knowledge.autodesk.com/suppo...6B00C-htm.html


    only thing is that units get f*ed up with ifcexport..
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