Traditionally, 3D components have been exchanged using either .SAT or .DWG file formats. Since 2010 (correct me if I am wrong) Autodesk has introduced a new file format called .ADSK.
How different .ADSK is from traditional .SAT or .DWG file formats? Lets take a look at the quick comparison matrix below.
So .ADSK seems to be better choice than .SAT or DWG file formats. Let's find out how to export .ADSK file from Inventor and use it in Revit in the following short video.