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AutoCAD 2000 3D FAQ
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I'm trying to fillet the edge of a 3d solid guitar body and can't seem to make it happen.
Any help, suggestions would be appreciated.
Please see attached file.
Hi i just followed a tutorial and then suddenly something happened. I can see through the roof. Is there any one here who can help me to bring back the roof to like a solid one.
I have a point cloud of an excavation surface, i want to create a surface from this points. 3d civil can do it but im not 3d civil user, is there any way to do it in autocad or in 3ds max. Thanks for...
Hi.. i dont know what i am doing wrong working on 3D..
There are not too many objects. One layer only..
i have some blocks and for combining some objects i used union...
i applied different...
Does anyone know if you can some how get an autocad file imported into Freeship? Is there a loophole somewhere?
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Everytime i type the "RR" a short-cut command for rendering won't work .This error appeared
"Make sure the destination is writable and that the disk is not full.Rendering aborted".
When viewing the model on screen it's exposed correctly, but whenever I try and render it out it's overexposed. I have included a screenshot of the rpref if that helps. Thanks!
I would like to know how can put planar surface to solid object which surface is curved like cylinder for example. When start draw from first point rectangle of planar surface follow x...
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