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Navisworks

Navisworks is a native file of Navisworks® project review software by Autodesk.

Navisworks files come in three formats: NWD, NWF, and NWC. An NWD is a single file that contains all model geometry, environment, viewpoints, and review markups. An NWF file is a list of links to the original files. It doesn't keep model geometry and, to be opened, requires access to the original CAD files. An NWC is a cache file created from any native CAD or laser scan files, when opened in Navisworks.

Revit

A .rvt file a three-dimensional model created by Autodesk’s Revit. Revit is a building information modeling (BIM) program that is used to create 3D building designs for floor plans, elevations and sections. It offers complete project lifecyle from conceptual design till fabrication and construction.

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