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**Master
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Post 11 of 22

Re: Parthenon

12-04-2012 12:20 PM in reply to: ninoangi

When I asked what you hope to gain, you replied "Nothing. Because I won't use AutoCAD.".  Your words, not mine.

 

So, if it's "not for nothing", then again, I ask you: What do you hope to gain?

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Re: Parthenon

12-04-2012 12:56 PM in reply to: Alfred.NESWADBA

And that would be a good way for you, as an experienced AutoCAD user who has probably spent lots of time learning (including teaching yourself) how it works, to demonstrate your mastery of the software (as well as your mischievous side :smileywink:).

(But, of course, if someone else did it for you, all it would demonstrate is that you are a good cheater.)

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Post 13 of 22

Re: Parthenon

12-04-2012 01:01 PM in reply to: ninoangi

ninoangi wrote:

Nothing. Because i won't use AutoCAD. Teacher doesn't teach about that and he won't.


 

What is the purpose of this class that the teacher won't teach?
Have the teacher respond to this thread so that we can better understand the assignment.

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Post 14 of 22

Re: Parthenon

12-04-2012 01:17 PM in reply to: dmfrazier

Hi,

 

>> And that would be a good way for you, [...]

>> to demonstrate your mastery of the software

If the image would have beed scanned (and not made with that bad perspective including waves of the paper) I would have done it. But even with rubbersheeting ... the image shown in the first thread does not make sense for referencing in a new drawing anyway.

 

>> to demonstrate your mastery

I don't need to demostrate anything anywhere. animierte smilies lachen grinsen happy freuen smilen witzig froh

 

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**Master
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Post 15 of 22

Re: Parthenon

12-04-2012 01:23 PM in reply to: Alfred.NESWADBA

"I don't need to demostrate anything anywhere. animierte smilies lachen grinsen happy freuen smilen witzig froh"

 

And yet you do... every time you respond in these DGs.

(SCNR)

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Post 16 of 22

Re: Parthenon

12-05-2012 02:44 PM in reply to: dmfrazier

<snarkmode=on>At a guess, the OP is taking some management classes, or else studying to become a lawyer.  that would explain the willingness to get other people to do the work, and then take credit for it.</snarkmode>

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Post 17 of 22

Re: Parthenon

12-06-2012 06:39 AM in reply to: ninoangi

Hi,

The issue became funnier and funnier and brings a smile on the face after a hard work day.
If your teacher is so smart, you have to be smarter and do the following:
scan the page of the drawing good and paste it in AutoCad editor, print it and give it to your teacher!!! brilliant solution!! isn't it?

success !!!:smileyvery-happy:

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Post 18 of 22

Re: Parthenon

12-06-2012 08:16 AM in reply to: ninoangi

Google is your friend:

 

Go  >>>HERE<<<  .... scroll down to the bottom of the page where it says MODEL DOWNLOAD and click on that.

 

unzip it (you can do that can't you?) and save it to your HDD.

 

Tell the non-teacher that you went the extra mile and did it in 3D. :smileylol:  Or you can put it in plan view, snap a few dims and yer good to go.

 

You can open it in LT if you have that or full ACAD.

 

Now leave these guys alone. Yer starting to ripple the waters.

 

 

Regards,

DJ

 

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Post 19 of 22

Re: Parthenon

12-06-2012 08:21 AM in reply to: drjohn

We haven't heard from the OP in a while.  I'm afraid he's been expelled... for being caught cheating.

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Post 20 of 22

Re: Parthenon

12-06-2012 08:25 AM in reply to: dmfrazier

dmfrazier wrote:

We haven't heard from the OP in a while.  I'm afraid he's been expelled... for being caught cheating.


. that means I am an accessory .... I gotta go. 

 

 

 

 

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