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Hey guys, This isnt so much an AutoCAD question, but more of a general drafting/modeling question. Just wondering what everyone thinks is the best way to check for clashes in 3D CAD models? At the moment we just import our DWGs into Navisworks and use the Clash Detective - which is fine if a single user/modeler is going to be running the clash test and remodeling on the spot. Navisworks is a little less awesome when it comes to compiling clash reports to be read by modeler who will not be using Navisworks, and only reading the clash report. Just looking for more ideas really.
I am currently modelling in two packages, a piping package called PDS which is an Intergraph package. i import these files into Navisworks via an nwc file, no poblem there. it interact correctly with this model. form this i can read the pipe sizes specs etc. in otherowrds it is not a dumb model. When i import the Revit model via the same method. and when i run a clash report beetween the tw, the revit model will trow up two clashes per actual clash. in other words when say a pipe penetrates a wall (a hard clash) it should only really detect it as a single clash (pipe v wall). Howev