Hello guys, I have a problem, I can not install "2013 Object enabler" for autocad plant 3d. MI gives this error message:
To install the autocad plant 3d object enabler, you must have an AutoCAD based product on your system installer "If I click on" Learn more "links me to the download page for the enablers
Thank you for your attention
So what are you trying to install the object enablers on? AutoCAD? Civil 3D?
If you installed Plant 3D only, the object enablers are provided as part of the program, so you don't need to install additional oe's.
Hello, I'm trying to install the softwere and I have a simple version of autocad 2004. I am testing the program "autocad plant 3d. I created the designs in this program and would like to view them with all the features in a normal version of autocad. The application of" object enabler "I should allow the viewing of files created with 3D plant all the characteristics of objects, but can not install it.
The first version of Plant was 2011. So, you'll probably have to use AutoCAD 2011 (at the earliest) to view the model information.
I know C++ modules have target a specific version/range of versions, and I'm pretty sure Plant 3D is not 2004 compatible.
You can view the isos/orthos since those are native AutoCAD objects (assuming the dwg files were saved back down to 2002, I think).
Ok, this means that if I install a higher version of autocad alla2011 should solve, right?
I try and let you know.
Ps. However, the object enabler allows me to see the file created in 3d autocad plant with all the features of the pieces created?
I haven't tested it, but you may be able to install the 2013 oe's on 2011. If not, you'll have to install the 2013 oe's on 2013 AutoCAD.
Yes, the oe's display the properties of the piping objects in the properties palette. They are read-only though.
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