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After importing CAD files to Revit, tens if not hundreds of unwanted Line Patterns (Line Types as per AutoCAD terminology) are created. So every time users wish to select a pattern, the list containing unwanted Line Patterns are displayed. The default purge command doesn't assume that you don't need them, and so, unfortunately users have to delete each of the Line Patterns one by one..

Many Revit users have started to notice this issue since the new CAD exporting dialog has been provided, with a dedicated table to map Revit Line Patterns to CAD Line types. This tool helps purge all such imported line patterns with a single click.

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  • Great Plugin
    Jason Andersen | May 28, 2013 Verified Download (What's this?)

    Would second the call for 2012 and 2014 versions, thx ammar


  • Great but needs update
    Laszlo Kotvan | May 22, 2013 Verified Download (What's this?)

    cant get it to work with revit 2014 please update this, one of my essential tools.


    Tim Lowerre | March 28, 2014

    I can't get it to work either (in Revit 2014) and I don't see any clear indication what version of Revit this is for.


  • All or nothing
    Ian Roth | April 12, 2013 Verified Download (What's this?)

    The tool appears to work as advertised, but I'd like a little more control over what it purges. Right now it does everything. I'd like a dialog box, similar to Revit's own Purge command, which lets me choose which patterns to purge and which to keep.


  • Works great on 2013!
    Michael Torrey | November 06, 2012 Verified Download (What's this?)

    Simple, quick, easy and effective. I want a version for 2012! thanks!


  • Cool
    Michael Fooy | October 10, 2012 Verified Download (What's this?)

    Thanks Ammar


  • @ Vance
    Ammar Berrou | September 21, 2012 Verified Download (What's this?)

    as written in 1st line of description: - line pattern as per Revit Terminology - linetype as per Autocad Terminology snapshots also show this clearly


  • Drafter
    Rob Bower | September 12, 2012 Verified Download (What's this?)

    Works great thanks


  • Patterns? or Linetypes
    Vance Lazar | August 16, 2012 Verified Download (What's this?)

    After installing add on it deletes imported LINETYPES not CAD Patterns....


  • Patterns? or Linetypes
    Vance Lazar | August 16, 2012 Verified Download (What's this?)

    After installing add on it deletes imported LINETYPES not CAD Patterns....


    Tim Lowerre | March 28, 2014

    It's line patterns by Revit's terminology.


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