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duke4hazard
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exporting sketchup drawing .skp to dwg.

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09-30-2012 12:27 PM

I am currenly having an issue when I try to edit a drawing on inventor 13'. pretty much everything I imported from sketchup is a mesh, there are a few elements of solids because I added a few things on autoCAD eng. I would like to know if there is a way to make the meshes into soilds or if there is a work-around.

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Alfred.NESWADBA
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Re: exporting sketchup drawing .skp to dwg.

09-30-2012 01:05 PM in reply to: duke4hazard

Hi,

 

you can try the command _CONVTOSOLID (>>>details<<<), there are some cases when this works. In case of open surface objects (even very small gaps between neighboured surfaces) the algorythm has no chance.

 

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pendean
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Re: exporting sketchup drawing .skp to dwg.

10-01-2012 05:54 AM in reply to: duke4hazard

Did you use the SKP to DWG converter, or something else to import the content?

http://apps.exchange.autodesk.com/ACD/Detail/Index?id=appstore.exchange.autodesk.com:sketchupimport:...

 

Not sure if it's a viable option for you... .

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power222000can
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Registered: ‎01-20-2013
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Re: exporting sketchup drawing .skp to dwg.

01-20-2013 04:43 PM in reply to: duke4hazard

thank you and i have been looking for it quite sometime. I will try it.

I use Imos (autocad base and i have autocad 2010).

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