TAGGED: Sheet Metal, spaceclaim
June 16, 2021 at 1:32 pmrgSubscriberHello When I export a file in dwg or dxf the arrows are huge. I have tried with both theiga and autodesk export. I have tried different export formats from autocad 2000 to 2007 and the problem is always the same. I have usually noticed that these errors often occur when there is an imported geometry with errors. Why is it always going to change something when exporting dxf-dwg? Best Regards
June 17, 2021 at 6:36 amNaresh PatreAnsys Employee
I tried exporting the drawing sheets in dwg and dxf format and imported them back in SpaceClaim to check out the issue. I couldn't see any change in the arrow sizes. Since I don't have access to Autodesk I couldn't check it.
You mentioned that these errors often occur when there is an imported geometry with errors. What if you fix the errors? Also, If you create a simple geometry like box, then add a drawing sheet with dimension and export it in dxf or dwg format, how does the arrow size appear in Autodesk?
I am not sure if this issue is on SpaceClaim side or on Autodesk side. Are you seeing this issue with earlier versions of SpaceClaim as well or is it specific to any particular version?
June 17, 2021 at 7:03 amrgSubscriber
Hello Naresh Patre
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