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Aug 25, 2014
07:57 AM

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Aug 25, 2014
07:57 AM

help! - 3d plot

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Aug 25, 2014
01:48 PM

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Aug 25, 2014
01:48 PM

David Vander wrote:

I need to plot a 3d truss

Please. See the attachment file

Look at the attachment for one way to do it.

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Aug 25, 2014
01:48 PM

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Aug 25, 2014
01:48 PM

David Vander wrote:

I need to plot a 3d truss

Please. See the attachment file

Look at the attachment for one way to do it.

Aug 26, 2014
10:27 AM

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Aug 26, 2014
10:27 AM

thank you!!

Jun 04, 2018
10:43 AM

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Jun 04, 2018
10:43 AM

@Werner_E wrote:

@david Vander wrote:

I need to plot a 3d truss

Please. See the attachment file

Look at the attachment for one way to do it.

Sorry for replying for this old thread, but this thread seems to be identical to my issue.

Would you be able to save the file as PDF and reattach it? My company doesn't have the NEW mathcad, so I can't open the file.

Thank you,

Marcelo

Jun 04, 2018
10:55 AM

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Jun 04, 2018
10:55 AM

file opened in Prime 3.0

Attached XPS file viewable in Explorer

Jun 04, 2018
11:01 AM

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Jun 04, 2018
11:01 AM

Hi Fred,

did you forget to attach ?

I don't have the new PRIME version. I need somebody how has the PRIME to open and save as PDF, so I can see the steps and program it on Mathcad 15.

Thanks,

Jun 04, 2018
11:23 AM

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Jun 04, 2018
11:23 AM

Sorry, got called away while editing to add--look again

Jun 04, 2018
11:25 AM

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Jun 04, 2018
11:25 AM

Thank you very much!

Jun 04, 2018
11:39 AM

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Jun 04, 2018
11:39 AM

You can always install the Express version of the latest Prime (presently it's at version 4.0, but rumour has it that version 5.0 is due soon), to open and view any Prime file. If you're lucky (no Premium features have been used in the sheet you want to open) you can even modify and recalculate the sheet.

Not that you can install Prime Express side by side with (real) Mathcad... and... with any previous version of Prime Express. (Installing A newer version of Prime Express alongside an former version of full Prime may render some features of the full Prime inaccessible, so take care if you have a full Prime license.)

Success!

Luc

Jun 04, 2018
12:58 PM

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Jun 04, 2018
12:58 PM

Thanks Luc

Good to know about the Express version... didn't know till now 🙂

Cheers!

Aug 22, 2018
09:58 AM

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Aug 22, 2018
09:58 AM

Mathcad Prime Express version can be found here: https://www.ptc.com/en/products/mathcad-express-free-download