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*pom
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flattening 3d objects

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03-30-2001 08:11 PM
I often use my 3d models on my plans or sections ...or even big
perspectives to convert them to sections...
I only know how to do it by exporting the file to WMF format...and then
inserting it into the specific files...

But the display of the details and all the curves ( if there's any) are
so badly drown.I redraw it from scratch !

Is there another way to flatten 3d objects/perspectives ?? with good
results ?
*Januszkiewicz, Alex
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Re: flattening 3d objects

12-13-2003 04:38 PM in reply to: *pom
If your model contains 3d solids only, then you can use SOLPROF / SOLDRAW
commands (see AutoCAD help).
If your model contains all sorts of objects, try DWF to DWG Converter from
http://www.intelcad.com

--
Alex Januszkiewicz
IntelCAD Systems / DWG Data Recovery Services
Autodesk Authorized Developer
http://www.intelcad.com
* BLITZ! - Standalone Tools For Processing DWG/DXF *
* DWF => DWG converter for AutoCAD 2000(i)*
--

"pom" wrote in message
news:3AC5C977.C0EF9B7C@skibuff.com...
> I often use my 3d models on my plans or sections ...or even big
> perspectives to convert them to sections...
> I only know how to do it by exporting the file to WMF format...and then
> inserting it into the specific files...
>
> But the display of the details and all the curves ( if there's any) are
> so badly drown.I redraw it from scratch !
>
> Is there another way to flatten 3d objects/perspectives ?? with good
> results ?
>

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