When exporting a Revit file as a CAD format file, you are limited to a number of file types (DWG, DXF, DGN, or SAT). I have experimented with all of them and the obvious choice is to use DWG/DXF and import the file into SW, as SW can handle these more efficiently. This can take a large amount of time, and is not really an option. As I have very limited use of Revit, can anybody offer some advice on this?
If you were looking to test with importing SAT files the Knowledge Base suggests the following import settings to improve import speed;
1. Enable B-Rep mapping 2. Disable Merge Entities 3. Enable Import multiple bodies as parts 4. Disable 'Perform full entity check and repair errors' and 'Automatically run Import Diagnostics (Healing)'