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DWG file to supported/required one.. please help! [message #63892] Tue, 12 March 2013 15:43 UTC Go to next message
avatar roset  is currently offline roset
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Registered: March 2013
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hello all,

hope you are well.

i'm new on this forum and have no idea about 3d etc. this is why i'm here asking for some help, please!

i love the idea of the products that this website can produces and i'd love learning more about and possibly produce some gadgets for the company i work for in the US.

i have a file of a sofa in dwg and i can't convert it in one of the required files.. is anybody willing to help me converting the file?
i'd really appreciate it.

thank you for your attention and help.

have a great day.

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Re: DWG file to supported/required one.. please help! [message #63932 is a reply to message #63892 ] Tue, 12 March 2013 21:34 UTC Go to previous messageGo to next message
avatar barkingdigger  is currently offline barkingdigger
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Hi - what CAD package was used to create it? I opened it in AutoCAD and it is a wire mesh of 4-sided polyfaces, with some "pointy" problems at the corners. I don't think it is a simple "export to STL" case (I'd have done so gratis if it was), but rather a case of some significant editing of the mesh.

Tom
Re: DWG file to supported/required one.. please help! [message #63934 is a reply to message #63932 ] Tue, 12 March 2013 21:36 UTC Go to previous message
avatar roset  is currently offline roset
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I don't know.. I just have the file as a dwg

thanks anyway.

 
   
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