I made a script that transfers some polycurves from Revit to Civil3D. It does this using the CivilConnection package. However performance can be really slow. For only 30 simple curves it can take up to multiple hours which is of course undesirable.
I am investigating workarounds for this. An idea that comes to mind is to connect Dynamo to Autocad directly and transfer the curves without using the Civil Connection. Two examples of how that is possible are published on these pages: Connect AutoCAD to Revit with Dynamo and Integrate Dynamo with Autocad.
The first one shows how to transfer lines from AutoCad to Dynamo.
The second one shows how to transfer lines from Dynamo to AutoCad.
The second one is what I am after, however the example is limited to transferring straight lines with one start and one end point. In my case, I am trying to transfer polycurves, which can have straight but also curved line segments.
Does anybody know how can I transfer these partially curved polycurves from Dynamo to AutoCad using a similar method as described, so without using the Civil Connection package?
Would be very helpful. Many thanks in advance.