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Revit-RAM link

Revit-RAM link

Revit-RAM link

Has anyone used the Revit-RAM link with any success?  Is there a list of known problems with the link?  I have noticed a couple of issues so far including:

skewed or rotated gridlines don't always get imported to RAM properly from REVIT

The lowest level of structure is never imported from RAM to Revit

It sometimes takes a couple of runs to import all of the  members from RAM to Revit

Slabs are not imported from RAM to Revit.  

I'm using the lastest version of each (RAM 11.2 and Revit Structure 2008)

RE: Revit-RAM link

oops -(realizing that this has nothing to do with etabs) I guess I should post this in the correct thread!

RE: Revit-RAM link

RAM sucks big time. Shift to ETABS !

RE: Revit-RAM link

ETABS a.s.a.p.

RE: Revit-RAM link

Thanks.  You guys could have given me help, but you've given me so much more.

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