that is nice. I guess the way i do things i very rarely make a \"drawing\" file of my part. Its all solid models then i either make NC files off the part and run the CNC personally or I send a dxf out for waterjet. So thinks like very large parts or parts created in assemblies I will have to save the part externally or suppress the other components before saving. Its probably about the same amount of time to save as an IGES file then in Inventor just select the face I want, but the downside is now I have a sldprt, iges and dxf/dwg file.
Hi all,I do appreciate in advance for your help. I have some files in formats mentioned in subject of this post which are free downloadable 3d models in GRABCAD websie. I need them to in auto cad 2013 or 2012 format (.dwg or dxf) or any other format like .iges so i can import them into auto cad. I've searched a bit on google to find a converter but I could not. So I am asking for a free converter or any body can save them as a cad file for me.
I have some files in formats ..... I need them to in auto cad 2013 or 2012 format (.dwg or dxf) .... I've searched a bit on google to find a converter but I could not. So I am asking for a free converter or any body can save them as a cad file for me.
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