Posts by kevinmanuel

    HI,


    I am facing a problem and i cant solve it 3 days ago. I convert my dwg to dxf but Design Builder cannot import it! The .dxf file has no hatches or text and its capacity is 262Kb. Even pdf file can't be imported! It says "file not found".Plz any help to go on my project? I have 4.7 DesignBuilder Student Version, Windows 10 Home


    Please help.


    I didn't find the right solution from the Internet.


    References:
    https://www.designbuilder.com/forum/viewtopic.php?t=5437
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    HI,


    I run Mac, Yosemite 10.10.5.I have created som dwg files in another freeware cad program. This was changed, so one no longer could edit drawings! So I exported my files as dxf and opened them in qcad. I can edit them: delete and add lines, copy, resize and what have you, but I cannot change lineweight, and when I print I get a blank page. I can export the drawing as a picture, but still no lineweights/colurs.I started out with the free version of Qcad, I now have bought the pro version hoping that might help - but it's the same problem.
    New drawings print and change lineweights ok. It's only the imported ones that gives me trouble.


    Please help.


    I didn't find the right solution from the Internet.


    References:
    https://qcad.org/rsforum/viewtopic.php?t=3934
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    HI,


    I have a 3D dxf file (lines) that I would like to import and see in perspective view (not orthographic) alongside a point cloud file that is in the same area.
    When I import my .las point cloud file, I am asked if I would like to shift the coordinate system - if I say yes, everything works great (I can zoom in upon the point cloud using perspective view). However, if I then import my .dxf, I am not asked about coordinate shifting (it seems that CloudCompare ignores .dxfprojection information?), so the two data sets are not overlapping and everything reduces to a point on screen.It looked like a potential workaround was going to be to say no to the coordinate shift of the point cloud when it is imported. This way, when I then import the .dxf, it does indeed occupy the same area as the point cloud. However, if I zoom in on the these data sets using perspective view, they start to disappear. If I import just the point cloud without the coordinate shift, it also begins to disappear upon zoom in using perspective view.
    I'm wondering in general why features are disappearing when using perspective view and non-shifted coordinates, yet if I use orthographic view with non-shifted coordinates, everything displays fine?Specifically I'm wondering if there is any way I can shift the .dxf as with the point cloud import? (i think this would solve my issue?) If not, is there any other way I could view both the point cloud and the dxf file while in perspective view?



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    I did not find the right solution from the internet.


    References:
    http://www.danielgm.net/cc/forum/viewtopic.php?t=1150
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    HI,


    I have a request for a keyword to turn on and off the Z start on a WoodWop pocket macro. It has caused me a couple of problems in the past. If the thickness of the workpiece is modified, the z start needs to be changed also. Our operators are not used to seeing this. It is kind of hidden in WW5, its in the Pocket trimming - settings. I have never turned the z start on in 16 years of using WoodWop. We have 3 Weeke's, and 4 Homags. TopSolid is the only program I know of that uses this function. We have Cabinet Vision, CADCode, and have used Router CIM, and Woodwork4Inventor to program Homag machining centers. any suggestion.?


    please help


    I did not find the right solution from the internet.


    References:
    http://forum.topsolid.com/viewtopic.php?t=1199
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