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*Koster, Stephan
Message 11 of 15 (67 Views)

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03-27-2003 07:45 PM in reply to: *Koster, Stephan
Ben Cochran wrote:
> This is an older dwf file that does not contain page/scale information.

Older dwf file don't have scale information? This seems strange to me.
What about volo view? It can measure drawing entities, so there has to
be a scale information.
What I need is the possibility to plot with scale 1:1.

> EV
> notices that this file does not have needed page/scale information and
> places the geometry on an 8.5 x 11 or 11 8.5 page.

No. Page size in the express viewer is 33.1 x 46.8 mm. 8.5 x 11 inches
are 215.9 x 279.4 mm.

Stephan
*Autodesk\
Message 12 of 15 (67 Views)

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03-28-2003 01:04 AM in reply to: *Koster, Stephan
There are two transforms involved with DWF Paper <-> DWF and DWF <->
Model. The measuring is done using the latter transform.

"Stephan Koster" wrote in message
news:3E8435EE.9010705@cadworks.de...
> Ben Cochran wrote:
> > This is an older dwf file that does not contain page/scale information.
>
> Older dwf file don't have scale information? This seems strange to me.
> What about volo view? It can measure drawing entities, so there has to
> be a scale information.
> What I need is the possibility to plot with scale 1:1.
>
> > EV
> > notices that this file does not have needed page/scale information and
> > places the geometry on an 8.5 x 11 or 11 8.5 page.
>
> No. Page size in the express viewer is 33.1 x 46.8 mm. 8.5 x 11 inches
> are 215.9 x 279.4 mm.
>
> Stephan
>
*Reppert, Margo
Message 13 of 15 (67 Views)

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03-28-2003 02:19 AM in reply to: *Koster, Stephan
Be sure you're plotting your dwf at 1:1. This was my initial mistake.

--
Margo

Margo dot Reppert at aps dot com

"Stephan Koster" wrote in message
news:3E8435EE.9010705@cadworks.de...
> Ben Cochran wrote:
> > This is an older dwf file that does not contain page/scale information.
>
> Older dwf file don't have scale information? This seems strange to me.
> What about volo view? It can measure drawing entities, so there has to
> be a scale information.
> What I need is the possibility to plot with scale 1:1.
>
> > EV
> > notices that this file does not have needed page/scale information and
> > places the geometry on an 8.5 x 11 or 11 8.5 page.
>
> No. Page size in the express viewer is 33.1 x 46.8 mm. 8.5 x 11 inches
> are 215.9 x 279.4 mm.
>
> Stephan
>
*Koster, Stephan
Message 14 of 15 (67 Views)

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03-30-2003 08:31 PM in reply to: *Koster, Stephan
Jeffrey Klug (Autodesk) wrote:
> There are two transforms involved with DWF Paper <-> DWF and DWF <->
> Model. The measuring is done using the latter transform.

You mean that an 'old' dwf file (prior to dwf 6) contains no information
about the paper size and can therefore not be printed in scale?

If so then this should be mentioned on the Autodesk express viewer site,
would have saved me a lot of time.

Stephan
*Cochran, Ben
Message 15 of 15 (67 Views)

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03-31-2003 12:47 AM in reply to: *Koster, Stephan
Old dwf's prior to dwf 5.5.

"Stephan Koster" wrote in message
news:3E88351E.2010208@cadworks.de...
> Jeffrey Klug (Autodesk) wrote:
> > There are two transforms involved with DWF Paper <-> DWF and DWF <->
> > Model. The measuring is done using the latter transform.
>
> You mean that an 'old' dwf file (prior to dwf 6) contains no information
> about the paper size and can therefore not be printed in scale?
>
> If so then this should be mentioned on the Autodesk express viewer site,
> would have saved me a lot of time.
>
> Stephan
>

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