I am just creating this thread to get opinions on importing geometries from dynamo into revit. I am aware of the ‘export to SAT’ and importing a linked SAT into revit. I am also aware you can directly import geometry from dynamo.
My current issue is that I am creating an SAT that exports around 9MB. It is an SAT of a brick pattern (to act in conjunction with a revit wall as a rain screen). The geometry (minus its size) is not complex, and I can image far heavier imports in the future. When exporting to SAT, the import into revit is taking an extremely long time (1% / 2 minutes or something).
What do people do when they have extremely heavy geometries they need to move from dynamo to revit?
I’ll attach the geometry I am attempting to import as an SAT.
Thanks (sorry for the long winded explanation)