I record save as DWG or DXF drawing techniques. But it seems to be when I open the file in AutoCAD drawing blocks. It should not have blocks of these lines for laser cutting. How can I solve this problem. Thank you in advance
thats not a problem.
Annotation is working whit a part structure.
The parts are transformed as Blocks to dxf or dwg.
Export drawings scale 1/1 to .dxf or dwg.
AndExplode the Blocks in Autocad
I do not understand why you're so negative.
I work in this way for years with partners who produce both, 3D plastic parts and 2D stamping parts or laser cutting.
Never had a problem.
If you want you can send me a file dan I prepare you a Dwg or Dxf with flat Strucktur that you can continue to use. But I'm sure you also can that yourself:
It is possible that you have to repead the explode command in autocad several times until the whole partstructure is destoyed and the elements of the views are on top.
Select all and explode.
Repead this until you can select the elements seperately.
We also have the problems Serdar told us.
Save a drawing as dwg or dxf ist not so easy because of the blocks.
We must explode the parts for many times until we can snap each line itselfes.
I miss the Layer for the export in a dwg or dxf. So we also have the problem that we must change the Layer for all lines when we open the drwaing in AutoCAD for example.
I am looking for a solution that places each view in an individual block and the hidden lines placed in a layer that I can switch on and off. The best approach I found was making a shrink wrap first then do the drawing of the shrink wrap. This eliminates the large part structure showing up as individual blocks. Still need to figure out how to send hidden lines to a separate layer during the export.