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Hiding the edges of an imported 3D mesh in a Revit family

Hiding the edges of an imported 3D mesh in a Revit family: Revit: Tips, Tricks, and Troubleshooting
Hiding the edges of an imported 3D mesh in a Revit family: Revit: Tips, Tricks, and Troubleshooting

Mesh geometry is available from many sources and does a very nice job of accurately representing organic 3D forms. However, usually when bringing such meshes into Revit, the many triangulated edges will appear making the results quite unsatisfactory. If you have 3ds Max, you can hide the edges of a mesh and export to DXF 2004. Surprisingly, this format alone retains the invisible edges and yields results that are much more satisfying in Revit.

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