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Inventor 2013 DE: BUG: Export IDW to AutoCAD DWG: Lines/Spline in the drawing.

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09-03-2012 09:53 AM
Problem:
Export IDW to AutoCAD DWG: Lines/Spline in the drawing.
 
Samplemodel: 
1. open baugruppe1.idw > Save copy as: AutoCAD DWG
2. open DWG in ACADM 2013
 
Result: 
 
2012-08-28_16-35-11.png
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Re: Inventor 2013 DE: BUG: Export IDW to AutoCAD DWG: Lines/Spline in the drawin

09-03-2012 06:08 PM in reply to: jwagner

Hi Jwagner

I reproduced your issue, it definitely is a bug, thanks for your report, I will log it as a defect.

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Re: Inventor 2013 DE: BUG: Export IDW to AutoCAD DWG: Lines/Spline in the drawin

09-04-2012 02:58 AM in reply to: jingyi.liu

Hi Jingyi Liu,

 

Thank you!

 

Jürgen Wagner

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Re: Inventor 2013 DE: BUG: Export IDW to AutoCAD DWG: Lines/Spline in the drawin

01-08-2013 05:38 AM in reply to: jwagner

The same thing happens when exporting from Inventor 2013 .dwg to Autocad .dwg

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Re: Inventor 2013 DE: BUG: Export IDW to AutoCAD DWG: Lines/Spline in the drawin

01-22-2013 12:13 AM in reply to: jwagner

Hello,

 

did anyone find a solution for this? It's already logged with development from August 2013 but still no solution.

 

Sašo.

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Re: Inventor 2013 DE: BUG: Export IDW to AutoCAD DWG: Lines/Spline in the drawin

01-22-2013 12:39 AM in reply to: jwagner

Hi, All

It seems many users are blocked by the exporting issue. Regarding the data attached in previous post, there is a solution to address the issue. But please pay attention, below change on exporting setting will impact all spline objects, it will replace spline with polylines.  We can't guarantee the results for any cases. Please try belows only when you face exporting issues.

 

The way to

  • Click option when export AutoCAD dwg file
  • Click next until you see "save configuration" button
  • Select folder and name the file, exit the exporting.
  • Save a configuration file.jpg
  • Open the configuration file by notepad, find the line " REPLACE SPLINE=NO", change the NO with YES, save the file.

 

  • Repeat the exporting and click option, but this time load the configuration file you have modified.

load the configuration file.jpg

 

  Save exported AutoCAD DWG file, and check the result.

 

 

If you still can't solve the issue after changing, please send your dataset to us, it will be very helpful for development team to get the final solution.

 

Thanks in advance.

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Re: Inventor 2013 DE: BUG: Export IDW to AutoCAD DWG: Lines/Spline in the drawin

01-22-2013 12:50 AM in reply to: jingyi.liu

I works!

 

I wish someone told me this half year ago... I was looking for that "replace splines" option everywhere but in that location.

 

Thanks.

 

Sašo.

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