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Rudbeckia

Hello,

 

 

I have a point cloud rvt file. I want to create a tin or mesh with it and export it to sketchup.

 

 

Is this super complicated? I do not know revit.

 

 

thx

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tzframpton

Revit can Link in Point Cloud data, but Revit itself is not a program that can convert point cloud data to any particular type of modeling. You may be referring to Autodesk ReCap instead.

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Rudbeckia

Thanks! That's what I needed to know about revit.

 

I have cleaned up the point cloud in recap, that's all its for right? Didn't think you could draw a mesh in recap

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tzframpton
Thanks! That's what I needed to know about revit.

 

I have cleaned up the point cloud in recap, that's all its for right? Didn't think you could draw a mesh in recap

I believe the pro version of ReCap can detect planes and objects and auto-generate meshes. If you don't have pro then yes, all you can do is manage the point data, not auto-generate geometry of any kind.

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Rudbeckia

Thanks for the info!

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halam

Cant mesh in pro far as i know

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tzframpton

Thanks for the clarification Halam. I thought I saw it was possible somewhere but wasn't sure. I have the normal version with my suite package so no way for me to check.

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hlammerts

This might help too.

The fearure to create meshes from photos (memento) is often confoused for point to mesh ability

http://www.autodesk.com/products/recap/compare

so i think no..

Edited by hlammerts
Ps sorry for the account names being there twice

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