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FAQ 002499 EN 25 February 2019

Markus Baumgärtel Import / Export & BIM SHAPE-THIN

I try to read a cross section as DXF in DUENQ and have it automatically converted into a cross section by the software. But somehow I do not come to the right button. Can you possibly help?

Answer

Reworking is usually required when importing a dxf file. Elements can be set retroactively on the basis of the DXF template. In the dialog "Set Elements to DXF Template", the centerlines are to be created by clicking on the opposite DXF outlines. With the option "Set elements" the elements can be set by clicking on the center lines (see picture 1). For non-parallel outlines, the elements must be set manually, as DUENQ can only create elements and arcs from parallel lines.

There is also a video footage of an info day showing the DXF import in DUENQ from minute 45:50.

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